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Chapter 11. Publishing with XML > Defining XML tags

Defining XML tags

Another difference between XML and some other markup languages is that you can create your own tags, using any terminology that is useful to your work. For example, you can define tags that reflect the type of content, such as “ingredients,” “author,” and “bibliography,” or use the same names for tags that you use for your paragraph styles, such as “head1,” “head2,” and “caption.” In team situations, it is essential that all members of the team use the same set of tag names defined for that group.


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