Schaum's Outline of XML Provides a succinct overview of the principles of Web design using XML (eXtensible Markup Language). This is a complete student and professional learn-it and do-it development guide. Includes numerous examples demonstrating proper design techniques and markup. Offers pointers to copious additional resources, examples, and information on these topics online and utilizes traditional Schaum's problem-solved techniques. Across all potential markets, there are over 400,000 students per year taking such courses at the college level; triple this number to account for high-school and adult/continuing education programs. This book is intended to provide a tightly focused, succinct overview of the concepts, terminology, techniques, and markup involved in creating effective, correct Web pages, and in representing and manipulating data in XML. It will include coverage of the most recent XML specification, plus information about Web page design, style sheets, frames, DTDs, and content management. Specific undergraduate and certification courses targeted to use this title: Introduction to XML; Database & Enterprise Solutions; Introduction to Web Technologies; (And just about any Web-focused design, database, or development class, taken in any year of the undergraduate or certification curriculum)
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Ed Tittel is a 20-year computing industry veteran who's worked as a programmer, a systems engineer, a trainer, a writer, an a consultant. A contributor to over 100 computing books, and many hundreds of magazine and Website articles, Tittel also teaches networking and Web topics for Austin Community College and at Interop. (For a complete bio and headshot, visit www.lanw.com/staff/etbio.htm)
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