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Macromedia® Dreamweaver® 8 Unleashed by Zak Ruvalcaba

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Appendix A. Visual Authoring with XML

IN THIS APPENDIX

Introduction to XML and XSL

Dreamweaver's XML Authoring Environment

Creating an XML Document

Creating an XSL Transformation

Working with Dynamic Text

Repeating Regions

Conditional Regions

Consuming RSS Feeds

Introduction to XML and XSL

HTML, as you know, is short for HyperText Markup Language. The “markup” refers to the library of tags that describes how data should be organized or structured on the page. The browser then parses the information out of those tags and presents it to the user in a friendly and legible fashion. What HTML doesn't do, however, is give any information about what the data means, called metadata. Without metadata, search engines and other data-filtering ...

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