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Author: Elliotte Rusty Harold
Publisher: New York, NY : Hungry Minds, ©2001.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 2nd edView all editions and formats
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"Now revised and expanded to cover the latest XML technologies and applications, this all-in-one tutorial and reference shows you step by step how to put the power of XML to work in your Web pages. From document type definitions and style sheets to XPointers, schemas, the Wireless Markup Language, XHTML and other advanced tools and applications, XML expert Elliotte Rusty Harold gives you all the know-how and  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Elliotte Rusty Harold
ISBN: 0764547607 9780764547607
OCLC Number: 47163976
Description: xxxiii, 1206 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm + 1 computer optical disc (4 3/4 in.)
Contents: An Eagle's Eye View of XML --
XML Applications --
Your First XML Document --
Structuring Data --
Attributes, Empty Tags, and XSL --
Well-formedness --
Foreign Languages and Non-Roman Text --
Document Type Definitions --
DTDs and Validity --
Element Declarations --
Entity Declarations --
Attribute Declarations --
Unparsed Entities, Notations, and Non-XML Data --
Namespaces --
Style Languages --
CSS Style Sheets --
CSS Layouts --
CSS Text Styles --
XSL Transformations --
XSL Formatting Objects --
Supplemental Technologies --
XLinks --
XPointers --
The Resource Description Framework --
XML Applications --
XHTML --
The Wireless Markup Language --
Schemas --
Scalable Vector Graphics --
The Vector Markup Language --
The Channel Definition Format --
Designing a New XML Application.
Responsibility: Elliotte Rusty Harold.
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"Now revised and expanded to cover the latest XML technologies and applications, this all-in-one tutorial and reference shows you step by step how to put the power of XML to work in your Web pages. From document type definitions and style sheets to XPointers, schemas, the Wireless Markup Language, XHTML and other advanced tools and applications, XML expert Elliotte Rusty Harold gives you all the know-how and examples you need to integrate XML with HTML, solve real-world development challenges, and create data-driven content."--Jacket.

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