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Extensible Markup Language (XML) is a general-purpose specification for creating custom markup languages. It is classified as an extensible language because it allows its users to define their own elements. Its primary purpose is to facilitate the sharing of structured data across different information systems, particularly via the Internet and it is used both to encode documents and to serialize data.

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  •   Introduction to XMLOpen or Close
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    History of XML

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    What is XML?

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    Why we learn XML?

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    XML Related Technologies

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    XML Tags, Elements and Attributes

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    XML Syntax and Declaration

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    First XML document

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  •   XML Content ModelsOpen or Close
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    XML Content

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    Using Quotes, Double Quotes and Comments

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    Entities and Entity References

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    Language and White space

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    Processing Instructions

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  •   Well-Formed and Valid XMLOpen or Close
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    Creating a Well Formed Document

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    Valid XML Document

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    Validation Process

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    XML Parsers

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    XML Parsers in Various Browsers

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  •   Document Type Definition (DTD)Open or Close
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    Adding the DTD

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    Declaring Elements in DTD

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    Analyzing a Simple DTD

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    Using Cardinality Operators

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    More Cardinality Operators

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    Declaring Attributes in DTD

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    Attribute Modifiers

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    Entity Declaration

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    Types of DTD

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    Combining DTDs

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    Problems with DTDs

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  •   Using SchemasOpen or Close
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    What is a Schema?

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    Writing and Documenting a Simple Schema

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    Properties of XML Datatypes

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    Overview of Built-in Datatypes

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    Compositors and Model Group Definition

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    Introduction to Namespaces

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    Using a namespace in an XML Document

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    Scope of a Namespace

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    Defining Custom Namespace

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    Introduction to DOM

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    Structure of DOM

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    Interface Definition Language (IDL)

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    DOM Types and Interfaces

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    More DOM Interfaces

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  •   Displaying XML documents with CSSOpen or Close
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    CSS Basics

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    CSS Display properties

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    Setting the Font Properties

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    Setting the text properties

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    Setting the Color properties

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    Setting Background properties

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    Setting the Border, Margin and Padding properties

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  •   Overview of XSLTOpen or Close
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    Introduction to XSLT

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    XSLT Design Principles

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    Writing XSLT Instructions

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    XSLT Example

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    Transformation Types

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    Comparison of CSS and XSLT/XPath

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    Common XSLT Mistakes

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Introduction to XML

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XML Content Models

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Well-Formed and Valid XML

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Document Type Definition (DTD)

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Using Schemas

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XML Namespaces

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XML DOM

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Simple API for XML (SAX)

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Displaying XML documents with CSS

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Overview of XSLT

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Attribute

An XML structural construct. A name-value pair, separated by an equals sign, included inside a tagged element that modifies certain features of the element. All attribute values, including things like size and width, are in fact text strings and not numbers. For XML, all values must be enclosed in quotation marks. You can declare attributes for an XML element type using an attribute list declaration.