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XML (eXtensible Markup Language)

Create a Database Using Only Notepad
You can create your own database using only Windows Motepad, or any ASCII text editor, and use the database with Internet Explorer. Your database can be used as an address book, recipe file, collection catalog, or any of a thousand uses. More ...

Extensible Stylesheet Language (XSL) Basics
Although XML and XSL are very complex technologies, with the simple examples in this article you learn that you don't need extensive knowledge to do some powerful things. You can store your data in an XML document and use a basic XSL style sheet to select, filter, and sort the elements of an XML document for display as HTML in a Web browser. More ...

Easy XML to Connect Content to Web Page
This is an example that lets you store your websites content in text files separate from your web pages. The web pages and the content are combined using XML. You will learn some basic XML. More ...

SOAP Explained
Client applications and Web services communicate using messages in a format called Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP). SOAP messages are simply XML documents constructed to SOAP specifications. These messages are communicated using standard Internet protocols, like http, smtp, and ftp. More ...

XML Namespaces Made Simple
If you're going to use XML for more than just your own local purposes, you need a way to validate it. Today, this is done using a schema. But don't attempt to use a schema without an understanding of namespaces. More ...

Using and Creating RSS News Feeds
>RSS is a simple XML file that a publisher places on their website. The data contained in the file is a list of new articles on the website. Being in a standard XML format makes the RSS file available for anyone to access and use. More ...