Chapter: Internet & World Wide Web HOW TO PROGRAM - The Ajax Client - Introduction to XHTML

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Editing XHTML

We create XHTML docu-ments by typing them in a text editor (e.g., Notepad, TextEdit, vi, emacs) and saving them with either an .html or an .htm filename extension.

Editing XHTML

 

In this chapter, we write XHTML in its source-code form. We create XHTML docu-ments by typing them in a text editor (e.g., Notepad, TextEdit, vi, emacs) and saving them with either an .html or an .htm filename extension.

Computers called web servers running specialized software store XHTML docu-ments. Clients (e.g., web browsers) request specific resources such as the XHTML documents from web servers. For example, typing www.deitel.com/books/downloads.html into a web browser’s address field requests downloads.html from the books directory on the web server running at www.deitel.com. We discuss web servers in detail in Chapter 21. For now, we simply place the XHTML documents on our computer and render them by opening them locally with a web browser such as Internet Explorer or Firefox.


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