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An HTML element is a part of an HTML page that instructs a web browser on how to organise and interpret a certain section of the text. HTML elements, for example, are used to indicate document portions like headers, paragraphs, and footers, as well as to incorporate content like hyperlinks, text, and images.

The two versions of HTML are not mutually exclusive. In fact, the latest version of HTML, HTML5, has been designed to be backwards compatible with XHTML. This means that you can use either HTML or XHTML to create web pages.

HTML stands for Hypertext Markup Language. It is the most commonly used markup language in the world. XHTML stands for Extensible Hypertext Markup Language. It is an extension to HTML that was created to address some of the limitations of HTML.The main difference between HTML and XHTML is that XHTML has stricter syntax rules than HTML. The strict syntax rules help ensure that the code remains readable, which makes it easier for web developers to maintain their code and fix errors when they occur.

HTML is a markup language that is used to create web pages. XHTML is an XML-based markup language that has stricter rules than HTML. An XHTML document can be identified by looking at the first line of the document. If it starts with "" then it's an XHTML document.

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