Creating HTML from XML
Duration: 3 Days
One of the primary advantages to using XML is the ability to created multiple data representations from a single data source. In the case of this class, we will look at how to create DTDs and Schemas to help organize your data, then use XSL to create multiple different HTML views of the data. We will also see how Style Sheets (CSS) can be used to represent XML data directly in the browser.
Topics Covered In This Course
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be familiar and have worked with each of the following:
Who Should Take This Course
Webmasters and others interested in taking advantage of XML's create-one, use-many-times methodologies.
The participants have a basic knowledge of HTML.
This class is taught by lecture with hands-on workshops.
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