Programming the Web Using XML

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McGraw-Hill Technology Education, 2004 - Computers - 390 pages
Programming the Web Using XML by Ellen Pearlman and Eileen Mullin, part of our Web Developer Series, is designed to help those who have a background in HTML make the transition to XML, is designed to ensure that those who are new to Web design get the best introduction possible into developing sites in XML. The book begins with a comparison of HTML, XHTML, and XML, and includes real-life examples of how XML is being used today to help readers appreciate the power of XML. It also provides comprehensive coverage of the rules and standards for XML, which is very critical in programming XML. After completing this book, users will receive a comprehensive foundation to the rules and standards of XML syntax, complete with a series of lessons that walk he/she through the process of creating XML documents and related files.

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Key Terms
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Creating an XHTML Document
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Copyright

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Ellen Pearlman has been a Buddhist practitioner for over 30 years under Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche and has studied with Buddhist teachers in India, Sikhim, Burma, Thailand, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Europe, Latin America, and North America. She lives in Brooklyn, New York.

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