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This section describes how to use XHTML components (aka., the XHTML component set).
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This section describes how to use the [[ZUML Reference/ZUML/Languages/XHTML|XHTML component set]] (i.e., XHTML components). XHTML components are in a different component set than [[ZUML Reference/ZUML/Languages/ZUL|ZUL components]]. You have to [[ZUML Reference/ZUML/Languages|specify XML namespace]] to distinguish them if you want to use them in the same ZUML document. For example,
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<source lang="xml">
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<window xmlns:h="xhtml">
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    <h:ul>
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        <h:li>Click <button/></h:li>
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    </h:ul>
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</window>
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</source>
Notice that the HTML component set is one of the approaches to use HTML tags directly in a ZUML document. In most cases, it is not the best approach. For information please refer to [[ZK Developer's Reference/UI Patterns/HTML Tags|ZK Developer's Reference: HTML tags]].
Notice that the HTML component set is one of the approaches to use HTML tags directly in a ZUML document. In most cases, it is not the best approach. For information please refer to [[ZK Developer's Reference/UI Patterns/HTML Tags|ZK Developer's Reference: HTML tags]].

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This section describes how to use the XHTML component set (i.e., XHTML components). XHTML components are in a different component set than ZUL components. You have to specify XML namespace to distinguish them if you want to use them in the same ZUML document. For example,

<window xmlns:h="xhtml">
    <h:ul>
        <h:li>Click <button/></h:li>
    </h:ul>
</window>

Notice that the HTML component set is one of the approaches to use HTML tags directly in a ZUML document. In most cases, it is not the best approach. For information please refer to ZK Developer's Reference: HTML tags.


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