|About the Book|
Extensible Markup Language (XML) is a design language that permits the user to develop a customized markup language for a unique document, whether it is text or data. As the use of XML becomes more widespread, a comprehensive guide to its features is needed. George Doss provides such a reference with Learn XML Tips. This book uses the frequently asked questions (FAQ) format to provide concise answers about a range of subjects, including designing an XML DTD, dialects, processing, and the implications of using XML with Internet Explorer 5.0.The appendices include a glossary, the XML production rules, and the differences between XML and SGML, and XML and HTML.The companion CD contains a 10-use trial version of Extensibility Inc.s Turbo XML, which includes XML Authority, XML Instance, and XML Console.