- Tutorial Session 1.1 introduces the history and theory
of XML. You will compare the features of XML and HTML. You will
also create XML documents using a text editor. Finally, you will
learn about well-formed and valid XML documents and how XML ensures
the integrity and consistency of the data.
Tutorial Session 1.2 explores the structure
of XML documents. You will create a simple XML document and describe
the document features in the prolog. You will study how to work
with elements and attributes, how to insert comments, and how
to use character references. Finally, you will learn how to create
attributes for the documents elements.
Tutorial Session 1.3 explores the common
features and differences between Internet Explorer and Netscape
in displaying XML documents. You will also learn how to link an
XML document to a Cascading Style Sheet with processing instructions.
Basics and Textbook 1.00 to 1.32
Discussion Topic: Introductions. Get to know your classmates.
To be posted by Monday, Feb. 7.
Go to the WebBoard
and read the parameters and instructions.
Assignments: Submit Tutorial 1 files: Jazz.xml and JW.css
Quiz 1 Quizzes will
be available on WebCT at least one week before their due dates.
Feedback: To fully participate in an online class, you need
to read your e-mail frequently. Comments on assignments and other
communications will be sent to your MCC e-mail address. You can set
this account to forward to another e-mail account if you wish to consolidate
your mail at one address. To do so, log in to the MyMCC Portal, select
the MYTOLS tab, then click on the Email Forwarding Tool.
Module 1 work due on Monday, Jan. 31.