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where can I find basic information on xml what's it about I have know idea what it stands for???
 
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XML stands for Extensible MarkUp Language. One good reference for it is www.xml.com
 
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You could also check out www.w3schools.com
where you will find a basic XML-tutorial.
You'll will find other related tutorials there
as well, like XSL, HTML, JavaScript, ...
The site covers just about everything to do
with web-publications.
 
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check out www.xml101.com
 
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Hi,
go to site www.ibm.com and register for the developer connection, there you can fine good tutorials on xml and xsl.

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Look for XML spec from w3c.org
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Why not try out the giveaway book XML: A Beginner's Guide.

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"Java and XML" from O'Reilly is a good working book, especially if you are a Java Guy
 
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