I wrote a post in the past about the basics of XML structure and how to build a DTD to define your document type. DTDs describe well how elements are arranged in a document but say very little about the content in the document. Also any element in a document has to have a corresponding … Continue reading Introduction to XML part 2
OPML is an XML-based format that allows exchange of outline-structured information between applications running on different operating systems and environments. With an OPML file you are able to add multiple feeds to your favorite feed reader, without having to add each feed url seperately. Most feed readers (like RSS owl, Google Reader) allow users to … Continue reading Grab our OPML file!
XML (eXtensible Markup Language) is a meta-language built on SGML. XML can be used to describe data (for example database data) and can be also used for creating other markup languages. HTML was rewritten in XML and the result was XHTML. With HTML tags, users can format or style pages. With XML users can only … Continue reading Introduction to XML
As you probably know, we live in the web 2.0 time. Social websites are everywhere and users are now part of the Internet world and not just readers that read information. Now they express themselves (through blogs), they are part of social sites like digg, slashdot and so on. Broadband connections gave the ability for … Continue reading Web 2.0 is here. What about Web 3.0?