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XML as Document

  • A simple XML Document consists of a Top Level Element and its content
  • An Element Consists of Start and End Tags and the Element’s Content
  • XML uses unusual characters to distinguish content from markup for the computer
  • Element Content can be plain text or other elements
  • Attributes provide extra element information

XML as Document

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  • Intro 0:00
  • XML Version 1.0 0:19
    • XML Version 1.0
  • XML Version 1.1 0:50
    • XML Version 1.1
  • Differences 1:23
    • Technical Adjustments and Allowance for Certain Characters
  • XML 1.0, Fifth Edition 2008 2:04
    • XML 1.0, Fifth Edition 2008
  • Nature of Computer Input 2:42
    • Nature of Computer Input
    • Menu Example
  • Purpose of XML 4:52
    • Purpose of XML
  • Document 5:31
    • Document
  • Element 6:25
    • Element
  • Start Tag 7:22
    • Start Tag
  • End Tag 8:03
    • End Tag
  • Empty Tags 8:40
    • Empty Tags
  • Attributes 9:54
    • Attributes
  • Necessary? 11:35
    • Necessary?