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Markup Languages: More Than HTML5

Since markup is the essence of web documents, it provides the largest place for standardization efforts. The popularity of HTML has not decreased since the birth of the Web; thus, becoming familiar with the versions and variants of that language is important. On the other hand, the application of XML languages has been increasing significantly. The differences between HTML and XHTML are crucial for understanding the techniques for migrating from one document type to another. The general structure of all web documents follows the same logic; however, HTML5 introduced new structuring elements that can be used to create rather sophisticated document structures. By examining well-structured document ...

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