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XML in Office 2003: Information Sharing with Desktop XML by Priscilla Walmsley, Charles F. Goldfarb

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Chapter 13. Publishing XML to the Web with FrontPage Office Power User Task

  • Web design by example

  • Setting up your website

  • Choosing a data source

  • Creating a data view

  • Organizing the viewed data

  • Formatting a data view

This chapter shows you how to use the XML-related features of FrontPage in the creation of data-driven dynamic websites. Basic familiarity with FrontPage and Windows SharePoint Services isn’t strictly necessary to understand this chapter, but will be required in order to actually build a FrontPage website.

Skills required

Skills required

Some techniques that we cover require knowledge of XPath (see Chapter 24, “XML Path Language (XPath)”, on page 498) and ...

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