Build a Better Website by Jim Martin

By Jim Martin

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You must close every tag that starts in the context of a given tag (or tags) Caution before the context of that tag is closed. Empty tags have a special format available, although the same start tag/end tag scheme can be used for them as long as you remember not to put content of any sort between the start tag of the empty element and its immediately following end tag. Also, you might be concerned if it’s possible that your XML document will be seen by an ordinary Web browser because end tags for elements that look like empty HTML tags may cause the browser to crash or behave in strange ways.

This is necessary because XML allows you to build larger documents from smaller ones and is a key to being able to use XML over the Web. Other more formal rules are discussed elsewhere in this chapter. Every element in a valid XML document has been defined in the DTD associated with that document by the DOCTYPE declaration. The DTD declares the following: ƒ Actual names of the elements ƒ Rules used to determine which elements can nest within other elements and in what order ƒ Possible attributes and their default or constant values ƒ Character values of enumeration types ƒ Unparsed entities used in the document and how they are referenced by name ƒ Language encodings used in the document ƒ Character entities used in the document ƒ Other information important for the processing and rendering of the document Following those rules, you’re able to create documents according to the template the document designer had in mind when she created the DTD.

The HL7 focus is on using SGML and XML as a transport mechanism between differing health care information systems. ƒ Real Estate Transaction Standard (RETS) is an XML-based method of exchanging real estate transaction information. A competing standard is Real Estate Markup Language (RELML) which uses XML DTDs to describe residential, commercial, and open land listings for posting on the Web. ƒ RosettaNet, the Lingua Franca for Business, is an EDI/E-Commerce initiative aimed at procurement for the computer industry.

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