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XHTML Modularization
The XHTML modularization model defines the modules of XHTML.

XHTML Modules and Markup Languages
How to create XHTML Family modules and markup languages for fun and profit…

XHTML Modularization
The question sometimes arises in software development whether an application should be written as one big program, or as a series of modules. Programming something as a module takes a bit longer to do, but the benefits generally make it worthwhile…

Modular XHTML:Target Module
The target module defines the XHTML elements and attributes that target frames.

Name Identification Module / Modular XHTML Elements
This module is deprecated. This module is available when the id attribute (an attribute of all the following tags) will not be as effective as the name attribute.

Basic Tables Module
An XHTML module of the basic table elements in limited form.

Modular XHTML Elements
This module is deprecated. This module is available when the id attribute (an attribute of all the following tags) will not be as effective as the name attribute.

Image Module
The image module includes all elements to add images and graphics to a Web site.

iFrame Module
The iframe module includes all elements to create inline frames or iframes.

Hypertext Module
The hypertext module includes elements used for creating links.

XHTML Edit Module
Includes elements used for editing documents, such as inserting and deleting text.

Client-Side Image Map Module
The client-side image maps module includes all elements to create client-side image maps.

Base Module
Defines an element used to define a base URI against which relative URIs in the document will be resolved.

XHTML Applet Module / Deprecated
This module is deprecated in favor of the object module. This module provides elements for accessing external applications, most commonly Java applets.

Intrinsic Events Module
Intrinsic events are attributes that are used in conjunction with elements from other modules to create actions at certain events.


Structure Module
The XHTML Structure Module contains elements that make up the basic structure of XHTML documents...

Legacy Module
An XHTML module of the elements that were deprecated before XHTML 1.0, but are still part of the HTML legacy…

Scripting Module
The XHTML Scripting Module provides elements for adding scripts to documents…

Presentation Module
The XHTML Presentation Module provides elements that define the look and feel of Web documents…

Object Module
The XHTML Object Module provides elements for multi-purpose object inclusion…

List Module
An XHTML module defining the elements used to create lists…

Link Module
An XHTML module defining the elements used for linking…

Bi-Directional Text Module
An XHTML module of the bi-directional text element…

Server-Side Image Map Module
The image module includes all elements to add images and graphics to a Web site.

Style Sheet Module
The Style Sheet Module defines elements used for using style sheets and CSS.

Module-based XHTML
The XHTML 1.1 document type is a fully functional document type with rich semantics. It is not, however, as varied in functionality as the XHTML 1.0 Transitional or Frameset document types. These document types defined…

XHTML modules
The XHTML 1.1 document type is made up of the following XHTML modules…

What is XHTML Modularization?
XHTML Modularization is a decomposition of XHTML 1.0, and by reference HTML 4, into a collection of abstract modules that provide specific types of functionality. These abstract modules are implemented in this specification using the XML Document Type Definition language, but an implementation using XML Schemas is expected. The rules for defining the abstract modules, and for implementing them using XML DTDs, are also defined in this document.

Core Modules
The core modules are modules that are required to be present in any XHTML Family Conforming Document Type.

Applet Module
This module is deprecated. Similar functionality can be found in the Object Module.

Text Extension Modules
This section defines a variety of additional textual markup modules…

Forms Modules
The Basic Forms Module provides the form-related elements, but only in a limited form. Specifically, the Basic Forms Module supports the following elements, attributes, and minimal content model…

Table Modules
The Basic Tables Module provides table-related elements, but only in a limited form. Specifically, the Basic Tables Module supports…

Image Module
The Image Module provides basic image embedding, and may be used in some implementations independently of client side image maps. The Image Module supports the following element and attributes…

Link Module
The Link Module defines an element that can be used to define links to external resources. These resources are often used to augment the user agent's ability to process the associated XHTML document. The element and attributes included in this module are...

Building DTD Modules
XHTML modules are implemented as DTD fragments. When these fragments are assembled in a specific manner (described in Developing DTDs with defined and extended modules), the resulting DTD is a representation of a complete document type. This representation can then be used for validation of instances of the document type.

XHTML DTD Module Implementations
This appendix will contain implementations of the modules defined in XHTML Abstract Modules via XML DTDs. These module implementations can be used by XHTML Family Document Types.

Modularization of XHTML
Modularization takes apart the language into separate modules or subsets that provide various types of functionality. These modules may be combined with one another and with other modules to create extended XHTML. This allows XHTML, which stands for eXtensible HTML to really become extensible.


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