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What is the structure of an XML?

  • 2008-11-23
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  • Emiley J.
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The first line is the XML declaration; it specifies the XML version and the XML file encoding. Notice that the line starts with Read More

XHTML Basics

  • 2007-09-04
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  • Abinaya
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XHTML is a W3C Recommendation that represents the future of HTML. Based on HTML 4.0, XHTML is designed to be compatible with existing web browsers while complying fully with XML. This means that a properly written XHTML document is always a well-formed XML document. Furthermore, XHTML documents must adhere to one or more of the XHTML DTDs, therefore XHTML pages can be validated using today's XML parsers such as Apache's Crimson.
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1. I am getting the following exception
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View Tutorial          By: Balraj Selvakumar at 2008-10-14 03:12:20

2. hi the code is working fine till step5 and am gett
View Tutorial          By: raj at 2008-09-16 22:55:40

3. what items do i add?
View Tutorial          By: Camo at 2015-09-30 23:02:10

4. please provide Example instanceof With Collection
View Tutorial          By: siddardha at 2010-08-18 00:30:38

5. When copying this code into my java IDE, should i
View Tutorial          By: Barabas at 2010-02-11 03:57:09

6. It takes me time to understand the process of the
View Tutorial          By: Abdullah Ibrahim at 2012-04-11 00:38:23

7. Very easy and simple to understand....good article
View Tutorial          By: Ashish at 2009-10-07 00:58:08

8. i want to Java coding's immediately
View Tutorial          By: vignesh at 2009-07-29 07:02:23

9. plz send me 1 ex that will explain how to use conn
View Tutorial          By: abhijit marne at 2011-12-09 06:32:07

10. Very useful. Just a small comment on the line:

View Tutorial          By: Litty Joseph at 2008-02-06 08:37:52