Is HTML based on XML?
HTML is a markup language for web pages, while XML is a markup language for information.
XHTML is a standard based on HTML that has been adjusted to conform to the stricter rules of XML.
An XHTML document is also an XML document and if it’s correctly written it can be parsed by any XML parser..
Does XML replace HTML?
XML itself does not replace HTML: instead, it provides an alternative which allows you to define your own set of markup elements. HTML is expected to remain in common use for some time to come, and a Document Type Definition for HTML is available in XML syntax as well as in original SGML.
What is a subset of HTML?
HTML is a subset of SGML. An internationally accepted standard for knowledge representation is SGML (Standard Generalized Markup Language). In its broadest sense, it can be used for publishing – from single-medium traditional paper publishing to online multimedia database publishing.
Is html5 XML compliant?
HTML5 has an XML serialization, which is exactly the same elements and semantics as HTML5, just with an XML compliant syntax. XHTML5 is not exactly XHTML 1.0 compliant, but it is better than XHTML 1.0 and should therefore be good for your purpose.