Discuss the reasons for using XHTML to create a Web page rather than HTML.

xhtml allows more freedom in CSS for styling independently both the html and the body (they both act like less "special" blocks).
xhtml (even transitional) has far more strict validation, [ gives less unexpected results due to the absence of implicit closes. (html 4 strict _does_ close implicitly on validated code) . When the CMS I'm using generates XHTML by default - not just in the templates (which are easy to change), but in the other markup handled by the CMS back-end. I could modify the CMS, but it makes patching and upgrading harder for no real-world benefit - it would be a waste of my

time.
2. When dealing with large or complex data tables - because HTML allows implied closing tags such as . This makes XHTML much easier to use than HTML, as a validator can't be relied upon to debug HTML tables. ]

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