A Designer's Guide to Adobe InDesign and XML : Harness the Power of XML to Automate your Print and Web Workflows
A Designers Guide to InDesign and XML is an introduction to XML tagging and how it works. The technology is broken down into its essential parts, explaining what XML is and how it works in plain English. XML is a markup language, a close cousin to HTML. While HTML is used to format text for display, XML is used to tag or identify data. By "marking up" the data users can then transfer or repurpose it from one application to another. This ability to repurpose is XML's key advantage over most other technologies. And, because XML was built for the Web, it offers the promise of moving data from print to the Internet and back again with the push of a button. The guide includes 10 real world projects with an aim toward users working with increasing confidence and skill to incorporate XML into their daily workflow. The projects include: Business card: How to create a structured layout in InDesign and import XML.
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December 01, 2007
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