The W3C have published a working draught of XHTML 2.0. Since the Changes from XHTML 1.1 pages doesn’t appear to have been written yet, here are a few of the most notable differences I’ve spotted so far:
- Lots of new tags, including
<dfn>for inline definitions (similar to
<acronym>but even more useful) and <section> for defining logical sections in conjunction with a new structural
- Navigation Lists!
- Forms are being replaced with XForms.
<img>tag! It looks like we’ll be using
Unfortunately with the amount of time it takes for browser manufacturers to implement even simple specifications it could be years before we can start using these improvements.
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