In this Chapter, you learned how to present and transform printed and online content using markup languages. Procedural markup languages are inflexible, information retrieval is difficult, and they require multiple documents for files that require different formats. Descriptive markup languages separate document formatting from document content. This Chapter discussed the following descriptive markup languages:

  • HTML

  • Extensible Markup Language (XML)

  • Extensible HTML (XHTML)

  • Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) Markup Languages including Wireless Markup Language 1.0 (WML) and XHTML Mobile Profile (XHTMLMP).

  • You also learned how to transform XML content into XHTML and HTML using XSLT. Once you transform XML into either of these two markup languages, you can format the content for display using CSSs. As an alternative, you learned how to transform XML into XSL-FO. XSL-FO is a standard formatting output with which you can use XSL-FO processors to parse and output to online or printable form.

Content Networking Fundamentals
Content Networking Fundamentals
ISBN: 1587052407
EAN: 2147483647
Year: N/A
Pages: 178

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