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XML

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Description

This series provides an introduction to the Extensible Markup Language (XML) and its general format. It introduces the fundamentals of XML, including how to read a basic XML document, the XML document structure, and viewing XML source documents. It shows how to build an XML data document, including creating elements and element modes, naming XML objects, and creating declarations and well-formed documents.

Building DTDs is explained in detail, along with creating and managing internal, external, and parameter entities. Additional topics covered in this series include a detailed discussion of the Document Object Model, Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), and XSL Style Language.

This course covers topics such as:

  • VIEWING AND UNDERSTANDING XML
  • CREATING A BASIC DOCUMENT
  • BUILDING DTDS AND CHECKING DOCUMENTS
  • ENTITIES
  • THE DOCUMENT OBJECT MODEL
  • CSS AND XSL STYLE SHEETS


    Outcomes

    Printable Transcript

    On completion of this course you may print a transcript off as evidence of your progression throughout the course.

    Assessment

  • course quick facts
    course code DED9531
    cost $93.00
    estimated time to
    complete course
    40 Hours
    course materials
    available
    365 Days
    instructor

    Rick Siebert have been a college professor for over 20 years, and teaches computer information courses such as, Database Management, Authorware, XML, Multimedia, Visual Basic, Systems Analyst,and C++. He has also taught an Authorware class over the Internet for two years.