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Php + XHTML forms

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I have made an xhtml form and i want to query a sql database with the
entries to the fields using a php script. I can do this using html,
what are the differences when using xhtml?

Thanks
Jul 17 '05 #1
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None, xhtml and html is the language used to present the data. It's like
comparing what's the difference of showing the text in red color or blue
color.

Savut

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I have made an xhtml form and i want to query a sql database with the
entries to the fields using a php script. I can do this using html,
what are the differences when using xhtml?

Thanks


Jul 17 '05 #2

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Stephen wrote:
I have made an xhtml form and i want to query a sql database with the
entries to the fields using a php script. I can do this using html,
what are the differences when using xhtml?

Thanks


The difference is that a well formed XHTML document should start with a
"<?XML ..." declaration.
1. Problems occur when your PHP has the 'short_open_tag' option set to ON.
2. Some browsers have problems with the <?XML declaration.

Ingo
Jul 17 '05 #3

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