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ISBN-10: 1840783370

ISBN-13: 9781840783377

Edition: 2nd 2007

Authors: Mike McGrath

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XML is considered more flexible than HTML, and better suited for ecommerce/business use, by catering for different standards and operating systems. This guide contains tips and notes to encourage the reader to develop professional Web sites.
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Book details

List price: $14.99
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: In Easy Steps Limited
Publication date: 11/28/2007
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 192
Size: 7.50" wide x 8.75" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.946
Language: English

Creating XML documents
Introducing XML
Differences between XML and HTML
Advantages of XML
Uses of XML
Writing an XML document
Styling XML with CSS
Understanding XML syntax
Correcting XML errors
Employing an XML editor
Adding comments & entities
Avoiding XML attributes
Summary
Writing DTD schemas
Introducing schemas
Nominating a DTD for XML
Creating a DTD schema
Specifying element sequence
Controlling element occurence
Allowing alternative elements
Permitting element attributes
Requiring attribute values
Adding comments & entities
Summary
Writing XSD schemas
Comparing schema types
Nominating an XSD for XML
Creating an XSD schema
Specifying element sequence
Controlling element occurence
Allowing alternative elements
Permitting element attributes
Requiring attribute values
Adding comments & entities
Summary
Adding XSD restrictions
Restricting numeric content
Restricting date content
Creating custom restrictions
Restricting by range
Restricting string length
Restricting digit length
Restricting by pattern
Enumerating allowable content
Summary
Using XML namespaces
Introducing namespaces
Applying your own namespace
Qualifying namespaces
Including other schemas
Styling the default namespace
Importing other namespaces
Styling multiple namespaces
Using the XLink namespace
Summary
Writing XSL stylesheets
Introducing XSL
Selecting element values
Selecting each element
Sorting selected elements
Selecting elements on condition
Choosing alternative elements
Applying multiple templates
Generating attribute values
Summary
Adding XPath expressions
Introducing XPath
Selecting child nodes
Selecting parents & siblings
Selecting nodes by position
Selecting nodes by comparison
Counting selected nodes
Formatting node values
Manipulating node values
Summary
Producing SVG graphics
Introducing SVG
Producing graphic shapes
Producing graphic lines
Producing graphic paths
Transforming graphic groups
Adding hyperlinks in SVG
Scripting for graphic events
Embedding SVG in HTML
Summary
Scripting the XML DOM
Introducing the XML DOM
Loading XML data
Adding cross-browser support
Addressing tag names
Addressing child nodes
Filtering by node type
Getting all data
Selecting specific data
Summary
Deploying XML with AJAX
Introducing AJAX
Creating a request object
Sending a request
Processing response data
Designing an AJAX application
Loading data for AJAX
Notifying updates in AJAX
Running the AJAX application
Summary
Index