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So is MTML 5 replacing XHTML 1.0? or is it just replacing the old HTML 4?I read on webware today about Google being in favor of HTML 5 over Gears, and that for the wave project, there trying to submit to the HTML 5 standard.what happened to XHTML then? is HTML 5 replacing that? er whats the scoop?

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XHTML 2.0 has been canceled in favor of XML serialization of HTML 5. You can still use XHTML 1.0, but HTML 5 contains new features not found in that XHTML 1.0.

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XHTML 2.0 has been canceled in favor of XML serialization of HTML 5. You can still use XHTML 1.0, but HTML 5 contains new features not found in that XHTML 1.0.
so it follows the same rules as XHTML with the added features?thats cool, its about time they clear up the XHTML/HTML confusion.
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Keep in mind, HTML 5 is still in the draft stage. Many sections are incomplete. Browser vendors have slowly begun to adopt features of HTML 5 that are more or less decided on. But we are still years away from a recommendation and full adoption by the browsers. There is plenty of time to prepare.

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