Post by XFox Prower on Jul 3, 2004 19:50:36 GMT -5
Anyone here know anything about XML?
I know quite a bit with it. It's similar to HTML except it's much more strict. But there is no pre-defined tags to use -- you create your own structure for tag names, attributes, and your own doctype. You can use it to create your own markup language and database. XML is a user-friendly readable format just like HTML. Many programs use XML to exchange data or store configuration. That's about all there is to XML though. But XPath and XSL expand on what you can do with the XML files on the web. Take a look at these at www.w3schools.org. Here is an example (you'll have to view the source or you won't notice any obvious difference between XML and XHTML): xfox.digibase.ca/web/xsl/fanart.xml.