Not to mention;1074458 wrote:
Is this true? I spent 3 baffled childish years learning HTML and now I have to learn something completely different or go obsolete?
Anyway I thought the site was a handy idea, I used it for my site. It is also very straightforward and easy to use, even the help thingy was very brief yet explanatory. As far as how well the output works, I have no idea yet.
Well, it's not so dire... it's only an upgrade to HTML... the main difference is that the attributes must be all lowercase, and ALL tags must be closed with a space and trailing slash including 'empty' tags such as <BR> <HR> <BASE> <META> and <img> ...
<BR>, <HR>, <img src="yourimage.jpg" alt="image">, <META name="keywords" CONTENT="dogs, puppies, hounds">
<br />, <hr />, <img src="yourimage.jpg" alt="image" />, <meta name="keywords" content="dogs, puppies, hounds" />
So, for the most part, if you know HTML, you mostly already know xhtml.