XML/HTML notes

Discussion in 'HTML' started by The Doormouse, Apr 21, 2004.

  1. I update a web page once a week that may contain up to 13
    pages of content. Editing that much content takes a LOT of
    time. It was my goal to learn XML so that I could streamline
    this process.

    Here's what I learned:
    * Tagging content is never easy, but you need only one XML tag
    for each item (an important time saver)
    * XML files are much easier to browse and understand than HTML
    * Tag once, reuse (or edit) many times
    * For-each is my friend

    Here's what I'm guessing due to what I read:
    * I can combine XSLT routines into a larger routine
    * Write XSLT subroutines once, reuse many times

    The Doormouse

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    The Doormouse, Apr 21, 2004
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