The XHTML modularization-model defines the modules of XHTML.
XHTML contains most of the functionality a web developer will need.
For some purposes XHTML is too large and complex, and for other purposes it's too simple.
By splitting XHTML into modules, the W3C (World Wide web Consortium) has created small and
well-defined sets of XHTML elements that can be used separately for small devices, or combined
with other XML standards in more complex applications.
With modular XHTML, designers can:
W3C has split the definition of XHTML into 28 modules:
* Deprecated elements should not be used in XHTML.
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