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About XML tags

Extensible Markup Language (XML) is a universal framework for structured documents and data. Some markup languages and formatting tools, such as HTML, paragraph styles, and character specifications, determine what the lettering on the page looks like. XML is different: You use XML tags to define different types of content that make up the pages, and to assign that content to various positions on the page. If you are not publishing the same content material to different layouts and media, there is not much point in going to the trouble of adding XML tags. However, using XML tags makes the task of publishing all or some of the same subject matter in a variety of layouts and publication media very streamlined and efficient.


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