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XML and SGML standards and useful links
The W3C organization maintains a large family of standards
and recommendations for the XML and SGML families. Here are
some of the more important ones.
General sites, introductions, and tutorials
- Oasis's XML Cover Pages
provide orientation materials as well as news of the latest trends.
w3.org's homepage is the central
site for XML-related standards and resources.
- An annotated version of the
To invent your own document types, see our document
Constructing a Document Type Definition (DTD) for XML
xmllint, a tool for validating an XML
files against its DTD (Document Type Definitions).
XSLT: Transforming and rendering XML files
XSLT is a tool for converting among the various XML and SGML
formats. XPath is a tool for describing portions of documents,
and is used by XSLT.
- See the TCC's XSLT
Reference for information about XSLT and XPath.
- See the standards for XSLT
- Documentation for
an implementation of XSL-T.
Using XML from programs: The Document Object Model (DOM)
Next: Examples of XML applications
See also: XML and SGML: Using markup languages
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