Misunderstanding markup. XHTML 2 and HTML5 Comics

Original author: Brad Colbow
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With the release of HTML 5 and the announcement of W3C to discontinue development of XHTML 2 at the end of 2009, an active debate began over the future “correct layout”. XHTML 1.0, XHTML 2, HTML 4, HTML 5 and XHTML 5 - it's hard to keep track of all this.

Now that XHTML 2 has ceased to loom on the horizon, which syntax to choose? Stay on XHTML 1.0, or move forward on HTML 5? Or maybe back to the good old HTML 4? This comic clears things up a bit.

* not rum, and not a woman - in the original “as ham is to hamster”, so he holds a piece of meat next to the hamster.
* Say thank you to the “trodden path” principle - in the original the principle is called “ pave the cowpath ”.

Links and quotes mentioned in the comic

upd .: ported to web development.

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