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Well- Formed XML Document

A “Well Formed” XML document has correct XML syntax and follows XML rules for naming elements, attributes etc.   A “Well Formed” XML document is a document that conforms to the XML syntax rules, i.e.: …

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Valid XML Document

An XML document that complies with a particular schema, in addition to being well-formed, is said to be valid. A “Valid” XML document also conforms to a DTD.   A “Valid” XML document is a …

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Introduction to DTD In XML

Document Type Definition (DTD), defined to some extent differently within the XML and SGMLspecifications, is one of several SGML and XML schema languages, and is the term used to describe a document or portion thereof …

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DTD Elements In XML

The purpose of a DTD is to define the legal building blocks of an XML document. It defines the document structure with a list of legal elements. A DTD can be declared inline in your …

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DTD Attributes IN XML

In the DTD, XML element attributes are defined with an ATTLIST declaration.   An attribute declaration has the following syntax:   <!ATTLIST element-name attribute-name attribute-type default-value>   Tthe ATTLIST declaration defines the element which can …

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DTD Entities In XML

XML Entities   • Entity references are references to entities. • Entities as variables used to define shortcuts to common text. • Entities can be declared internal. • Entities can be declared external     …

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What is XSL ?

The EXtensible Stylesheet Language (XSL) includes both a formatting language and a transformation language. Each of these, naturally enough, is an XML application. The transformation language provides elements that define rules for how one XML …

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Formatting XML with CSS

It is possible to format XML file to format with CSS as we format HTML files. We can write style definitions for XML in the same way we write stylesheet for HTML.   Below is …

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Formatting XML with XSL

What is XSL?   The EXtensible Stylesheet Language (XSL) includes both a formatting language and a transformation language. Each of these, naturally enough, is an XML application. The transformation language provides elements that define rules …

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Working with Microsoft XML Parser

What is an XML parser?   In simplest we can say that “XML Parser is the software that reads an XML document, identifies all the XML tags and passes the data to the application”. The …

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Mozilla & Opera XML Parser

XML Parser in Mozilla, Firefox, Opera and other browser work little differently from Microsoft XML parser. If you try to open the example of the previous chapter with a browser other then the Microsoft Internet …

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XML Data island

What is Data Island?   By using the unofficial <xml> tag can embed xml data into HTML file (<xml> tag is non-standard tag and works only with Microsoft Internet Explorer) .As we know HTML is …

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Introduction to XML Schema

The definition of an XML document, which includes the XML tags and their interrelationships. Residing within the document itself, an XML schema may be used to verify the integrity of the content. XML schema can …

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Schema vs. DTD IN XML

Schemas make it possible to provide the full “legal” structure of an XML document and to specify type characteristics for data contained within the document. XML based schemas are very quickly emerging as one of …

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XML Schema Elements

A simple element is an XML element that can contain only text. It cannot contain any other elements or attributes. However, the “only text” restriction is quite misleading. The text can be of many different …

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