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The utilization of SGML (Standard Generalized Markup Language) and XML (eXtensible Markup Language) for the structuring and platform independent exchange of technical documentation is nowadays essential.
Editors and Project Managers, who want to gain a profound understanding of this markup language for structured documents, will experience the required basic and application knowledge of SGML and XML with this Training Series.
This course offers an introduction into the basic concepts of SGML (Standard Generalized Markup Language) and XML (eXtensible Markup Language), which are markup languages for structured data. During this training you will learn, what the similarities and differences of XML and SGML files are and how they can be used in a publishing solution.
After completing this course you will have acquired the following knowledge: Advantages of structured information; Characteristics of structured information; Characteristics of SGML/XML; Application of SGML/XML; Types of SGML /XML documents and used markups and its syntax; Creation of styles / formatting for SGML/XML; Similarities and differences of SGML/XML
This training teaches the XML technologies, published by the W3C (www.w3c.org), in conjunction with the specification S1000D®. Particularly, this course focuses on the XML basic technologies XML Schema, Namespaces, XLink and XPath as well as on a brief overview of XSL (XSL-T, XSL-FO).
After completing this course you will have acquired the following knowledge: Usage of XML to create structured information; Namespaces; W3C XML Schemas; XLink and XPath; XSL (XSL-T und XSL-FO)