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Chapter 18. XML

Chapter 18. XML

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  • Importing and Reading XML

You probably know this already: You're going have to learn XML whether you want to or not. All the browsers are starting to adhere more closely to the W3C DOM, and the DOM relies heavily on XML as a way to structure data. The DOM is primarily meant as a way to reference and manipulate XML documents. It works for HTML, because HTML looks a lot like XML. If you're unfamiliar with XML and you'd like a quick tutorial, check out the XML primer in Appendix A. If you want to know lots and lots about XML, check out Essential XML for Web Professionals by yours truly.


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