- SUBJECTS COVERED
- This course is intended for web site designers who want
to incorporate XML content into their sites. Class
discussion and exercises cover --
What XML is and how it is used to describe the content rather than the appearance of data,
The relationship among XML and SGML, HTML and XHTML,
XML syntax and formatting requirements,
How to convert an HTML page into an XHTML page,
How to analyze your data and decide on an appropriate structure for XML data,
The creation of an XML page from scratch with a text editor, and how it is displayed in a web browser,
The use of Cascading Style Sheets to control the manner in which the XML page is displayed in a web browser,
How to design and create a DTD for XML data, and use it to validate the data,
The use of XSL stylesheets and templates to generate web pages from XML data, and
How XML data can be created by and exported from publishing programs like FrameMaker, InDesign and QuarkXPress.
6 hours, $260 (available for Windows and Macintosh)
- CLASS FORMAT
- Exercise-based, hands-on classroom instruction,
Live trainer in room -- no on-line or remote learning,
Emphasis on questions and student participation,
Small size (limited to 8), personal attention.
- A working knowledge HTML mark-up and the basics of web site creation.
- RELATED CLASSES
- HTML if you are not familiar with the basics of markup and web site creation.
- 15 Court Square, Boston, MA (see directions). Private training can be scheduled either at our location or yours.
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is offered. Register
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