Posts made in March, 2014


Xenu Link Sleuth


Posted By on Mar 24, 2014

What is Xenu Link Sleuth? The Xenu Link Sleuth is a free and popular program used by many search engine optimization (SEO) specialists to crawl websites and check links. Although it has been promoted as a tool for finding broken links on a website, SEO experts actually use tools like the Xenu Link Sleuth to do more than just check for broken links. At its core, the Xenu Link Sleuth is a web bot. It crawls available files and pages on...

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XForms


Posted By on Mar 24, 2014

What are XForms? XForms are considered the alternative to the relatively limited form element in standard HTML. Like XHTML, XForms are based on the Extensible Markup Language (XML) — but XForms are different from XHTML forms. XForms provide several advantages and benefits over traditional HTML-based forms that is making it a more popular choice for many web developers: Structured data support. XML is all about providing a format...

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XHTML


Posted By on Mar 24, 2014

What is XHTML? Extensible hypertext markup language (XHTML) is a markup language that uses formatting based on the extensible markup language (XML), but incorporating the content-displaying function of hypertext markup language (HTML). HTML, which introduced the World Wide Web, is designed to display content. XML is designed to structure, store and transport data (and content). XHTML combines the two to provide an XML-based structure...

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XML


Posted By on Mar 24, 2014

What is XML? Extensible markup language (XML) is a flexible type of markup language that was designed to structure, store or transport data. In many ways, XML is more than a markup language: XML actually provides a framework for defining markup languages. Since it was officially recommended by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) in 1998, the XML syntax has been used to develop several XML-based formats, including really simple...

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XML Sitemap


Posted By on Mar 24, 2014

What is an XML Sitemap? A sitemap is a listing of page and file URLs for a website. Sitemaps visible to human visitors to a website are often created in standard HTML format. XML sitemaps use the Extensible Markup Language (XML) to create sitemaps, which are often only visible or submitted to search engines. From an SEO standpoint, XML sitemaps are an effective way of informing search engines like Google about new websites or web...

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