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ASP.net markup v HTML 5

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Hi

I have been working on ASP.net for a while now and learning the markup as I go.
In VB.net 2010 is the markup xml or html code and will this help me with html 5?

Thanks
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The markup is still HTML. It's just that the elements available for HTML5 have expanded.
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Thanks. So is the markup in ASP.net 2010 HTML and not XML
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Yes. All of the markup is HTML.

Well formed HTML is also valid XML as well, but its content and structure is defined by the W3C HTML specifications.
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Fantastic! Thanks very much for the help
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