XML: Extensible Markup Language Deliver Rich Web Content Make complex, structured content available on the Web regardless of browser or client software. With real-world examples, XML shows you how to use this fully internationalized language to create documents that are easy to transmit across the Web and filled with readily reusable information from statistics and mathematics to graphics and multimedia. Working Solutions for Web Development Challenges
- Expert strategies for creating XML documents and converting HTML to XML
- Hands-on techniques for adding customized structure to documents
- Detailed examples of using XSL style sheets to design Web pages
- Practical solutions for assembling documents from multiple data sources
- Complete coverage of international scripts, character sets, fonts, and Unicode
- Advanced techniques for validating documents
- In-depth analysis of XLinks and XPointers
- Rules for writing well-formed XML documents
- Internet Explorer 4
- Netscape Communicator
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About the Author
About the Author Elliotte Rusty Harold is a New York City-based consultant and author. He runs Café con Leche, one of the most popular XML resource sites on the Web, and is the author of IDG Books Worldwide's bestselling Java Secrets® and JavaBeans.
Table of Contents
PART I: XML Basics.
Chapter 1: Introducing XML.
Chapter 2: Beginning XML.
Chapter 3: Formalizing XML.
Chapter 4: XSL.
PART II: Advanced XML.
Chapter 5: Using DTDs in XML Documents.
Chapter 6: Assembling Documents from Multiple Data Sources.
Chapter 7: Describing Elements with Attributes.
Chapter 8: International Character Sets.
Chapter 9: XLinks and XPointers.
PART III: Practical XML.
Chapter 10: Pushing Web Sites with CDF.
Chapter 11: Developing a DTD from Scratch.
Quick Reference: Prolog Tags.
Appendix A: International Text.
Appendix B: Extensible Markup Language (XML) 1.0.
Appendix C: Additional Resources.
Appendix D: About the CD-ROM.
End-User License Agreement.
CD-ROM Installation Instructions.