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Extensible Markup Language (XML) is a simple, very flexible text format derived from SGML. Originally designed to meet the challenges of large-scale electronic publishing, XML is also playing an increasingly important role in the exchange of a wide variety of data on the Web and elsewhere.
This two-day course teaches participants the skills necessary to create XML documents and identify key concepts related to XML development. Students will create XML documents and associated DTDs and CSS style sheets, and will be introduced to simple schema and transformations.
Delivery: Instructor-led, hands-on delivery either online, on-site at your place of business or at Front Runner. Our custom training meets your needs.
Duration: 2 Days
DITA for Writers and Editors
Extensible Stylesheet Language
XSLT for Publishing
Upon successful completion attendees should be able to:
- Identify and explain XML terms and syntax
- Design and author well formed XML documents
- Understand the role of the DTD and schema in XML environments
- Identify and explain DTD terms and syntax
- Apply a DTD to an XML document to create valid content
- Design and author simple DTD documents
- Understand the role of CSS in XML and other languages
- Identify and explain CSS terms and syntax
- Design and author simple CSS documents
- Attach various CSS files to an XML document
- Identify and explain schema terms and syntax
- Apply a schema to an XML document to create valid content
- Analyze, revise and create simple schema
- Understand the role of transformations (XSLT and XPath) in XML output
- Apply XSLT/XPath transformations to an XML document
- Analyze, revise and create simple transformations
- Combine XSLT/XPath to transform content and CSS to format that content
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