XML for Beginners

Students learn to design and construct XML documents, create, define and properly nest XML elements or tags, work with RGB hexadeicmal color codes, distinguish data from metadata, and explore the use of character data blocks. They use cascading style sheets and eXtensible Stylesheet Language to display XML documents as web pages. They also make use of XSL to manipulate, filter, sort, test and select XML data. An IBM compatible computer and Notepad are essential for this course.

"We have successfully used HTML for Beginners and JavaScript for Beginners. They both provide excellent resource material for students and teachers. Our school now wishes to purchase a site licence for XML for Beginners."
Brian Shearston, IT Manager, Penrith Christian Community School

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