- Tutorial Session 9.3. In this Module, you will work
with data from alternate sources. You will open another XML
source document and extract information from it. You will
also place data nodes directly in a stylesheet. And you will
create code snippets in a XHTML file, and use them in a stylesheet.
Reading: Textbook Tutorial 8.28 to 8.38 (No Review
tasks assigned for Tutorial 8).
Assignments: Submit agents.xml, firms.xml, listings.xsl,
listings.css, listings.htm, listings.xml, and logo.jpg
- XHTML 1.0,
the W3C's first Recommendation for XHTML, a reformulation of HTML
4.01 in XML.
Basic, the second Recommendation in a series of XHTML specifications.
of XHTML, the third Recommendation in the series of XHTML specifications,
specifies an abstract modularization of XHTML and an implementation
of the abstraction using XML Document Type Definitions (DTDs).
This modularization provides a means for subsetting and extending
XHTML, a feature needed for extending XHTML's reach onto emerging
- Discussion Area: During this week, you need to organize
the Final Project collaborative efforts, developing plans and the
schedule to complete the necessary collaborative portion files.
- Begin to work on your individual files, your own family tree data
and your individual stylesheets.
Quiz 8 available
through April 25.
Module 11 work
due on Monday, April 25.