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Extensible Markup Language (XML) 1.0 Specifications

by World Wide Web Consortium

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* Complete and up-to-date specifications of Extensible Markup Language (XML). * A MUST HAVE resource for HTML Web page authors, Internet program developers, information technology managers, and anyone else who publishes documents on the World Wide Web. * Describes how XML can be used to define the appearance of printed and displayed documents. * Perfect companion for program developers, Web page authors, technology managers, and others who must keep up to date with the latest Web and shared document technology.

Representing the future of the World Wide Web, the Extensible Markup Language (XML) provides for an almost limitless variety of text and formatting for Web pages and other electronic documentation. The XML 1.0 specifications are the industry standard recommenda-tion for this important new technology.

This book is a printed version of the XML specifications. It contains the complete text of the original document developed by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), an independent and international standards body devoted to furthering Web technologies. It's designed to be a handy desktop companion, saving you the time and expense of printing the documentation yourself. It is also useful when viewing the online version of the XML specification is inconvenient.



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