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Xalan (Apache XML Project XSLT processor): 8.3. Stylesheet Processors
XEP (RenderX formatting program): 13.3.2. Generating the Finished Document
Xerces-J parser: 2.10. Checking Documents for Well-Formedness
16.2. Schema Basics
#xFEFF Unicode character: 5.5.1. UCS-2 and UTF-16
XFragment: 1.4. The Evolution of XML
XHTML: 0.. What This Book Covers
7. XML on the Web
creating a valid document: 7.1.1. Moving from HTML to XHTML
DTDs for: 7.1.2. Three DTDs for XHTML
example of a valid document: 7.1.1. Moving from HTML to XHTML
moving from HTML to: 7.1.1. Moving from HTML to XHTML
replacing standard DTD: 7.3.3. Mixing Your Own XHTML
vs. HTML: 7.1. XHTML
web browser support for: 7.1.3. Browser Support for XHTML
XHTML 1.1: 7. XML on the Web
7.3. Authoring Compound Documents with Modular XHTML
creating your own XHTML: 7.3.3. Mixing Your Own XHTML
list of modules: 7.3. Authoring Compound Documents with Modular XHTML
mixing applications into: 7.3.2. Mixing Your Applications into XHTML
mixing modules into applications: 7.3.1. Mixing XHTML into Your Applications
Module-based XHTML (W3C specification): 7.3.1. Mixing XHTML into Your Applications
%xhtml-applet.module: 7.3. Authoring Compound Documents with Modular XHTML
%xhtml-base.module: 7.3. Authoring Compound Documents with Modular XHTML
XHTML Basic and RDDL: 14.2. RDDL Syntax
%xhtml-basic-form.module: 7.3. Authoring Compound Documents with Modular XHTML
%xhtml-basic-table.module: 7.3. Authoring Compound Documents with Modular XHTML
%xhtml-bdo.module: 7.3. Authoring Compound Documents with Modular XHTML
%xhtml-csismap.module: 7.3. Authoring Compound Documents with Modular XHTML
%xhtml-edit.module: 7.3. Authoring Compound Documents with Modular XHTML
%xhtml-events.module: 7.3. Authoring Compound Documents with Modular XHTML
%xhtml-form.module: 7.3. Authoring Compound Documents with Modular XHTML
%xhtml-frames.module: 7.3. Authoring Compound Documents with Modular XHTML
%xhtml-hypertext.module: 7.3. Authoring Compound Documents with Modular XHTML
%xhtml-iframe.module: 7.3. Authoring Compound Documents with Modular XHTML
%xhtml-image.module: 7.3. Authoring Compound Documents with Modular XHTML
%xhtml-inlstyle.module: 7.3. Authoring Compound Documents with Modular XHTML
%xhtml-legacy.module: 7.3. Authoring Compound Documents with Modular XHTML
%xhtml-link.module: 7.3. Authoring Compound Documents with Modular XHTML
%xhtml-list.module: 7.3. Authoring Compound Documents with Modular XHTML
%xhtml-meta.module: 7.3. Authoring Compound Documents with Modular XHTML
%xhtml-nameident.module: 7.3. Authoring Compound Documents with Modular XHTML
%xhtml-object.module: 7.3. Authoring Compound Documents with Modular XHTML
%xhtml-param.module: 7.3. Authoring Compound Documents with Modular XHTML
%xhtml-pres.module: 7.3. Authoring Compound Documents with Modular XHTML
%xhtml11-ruby.module: 7.3. Authoring Compound Documents with Modular XHTML
%xhtml-script.module: 7.3. Authoring Compound Documents with Modular XHTML
%xhtml-ssismap.module: 7.3. Authoring Compound Documents with Modular XHTML
%xhtml-struct.module: 7.3. Authoring Compound Documents with Modular XHTML
%xhtml-style.module: 7.3. Authoring Compound Documents with Modular XHTML
%xhtml-table.module: 7.3. Authoring Compound Documents with Modular XHTML
%xhtml-target.module: 7.3. Authoring Compound Documents with Modular XHTML
%xhtml-text.module: 7.3. Authoring Compound Documents with Modular XHTML
XInclude: 1.4. The Evolution of XML
XLink (Extensible Linking Language): 0.. What This Book Covers
1.4. The Evolution of XML
xlink:actuate attribute: 10.2.2. xlink:actuate
xlink:arcrole attribute: 10.4.2.3. Arc roles
rddl:resource elements and: 14.2. RDDL Syntax
xlink:from attribute: 10.4.2. Arcs
xlink:href attribute: 10.1. Simple Links
locator elements and: 10.4.1. Locators
rddl:resource elements and: 14.2. RDDL Syntax
xlink:label attribute: 10.4.1. Locators
local resources and: 10.4.3. Local Resources
xlink:role attribute: 10.3. Link Semantics
local resources and: 10.4.3. Local Resources
locator elements and: 10.4.1. Locators
rddl:resource elements and: 14.2. RDDL Syntax
XLinks: 10. XLinks
DTDs for: 10.6. DTDs for XLinks
extended links: 10.4. Extended Links
link behavior: 10.2. Link Behavior
simple links: 10.1. Simple Links
third-party links: 10.5. Linkbases
XPointers and: 11.2. XPointers in Links
xlink:show attribute: 10.2.1. xlink:show
xlink:title attribute: 10.3. Link Semantics
arc elements and: 10.4.2.2. Arc titles
local resources and: 10.4.3. Local Resources
locator elements and: 10.4.1. Locators
xlink:to attribute: 10.4.2. Arcs
xlink:type attribute: 10.1. Simple Links
arc elements and: 10.4.2. Arcs
extended links and: 10.4. Extended Links
local resources and: 10.4.3. Local Resources
locator elements and: 10.4.1. Locators
values of: 10.1. Simple Links
XML
benefits of: 1.1. The Benefits of XML
comments: 2.7. Comments
communications protocols and: 15.1.2. Communications
data format: 1.2. Portable Data
15. XML as a Data Format
displaying in web browsers: 7.2. Direct Display of XML in Browsers
documents: 2.1. XML Documents and XML Files
associating stylesheets with: 12.3. Associating Stylesheets with XML Documents
counting elements/attributes: 19.1. The ContentHandler Interface
default character set for: 5.9. The Default Character Set for XML Documents
grammar for: 20.5. XML Document Grammar
narrative-oriented: 6.2. Narrative Document Structures
nodes in: 8.7. The Built-in Template Rules
parsing with DOM: 18.6. Parsing a Document with DOM
permanence of: 6.5. Document Permanence
syntax structures: 20.3.1. Global Syntax Structures
transforming and presenting: 6.6. Transformation and Presentation
tree structure of: 9.1. The Tree Structure of an XML Document
validating: 1.1. The Benefits of XML
3.1. Validation
16.1. Overview
enterprise applications and: 15.1.1. Mixed Environments
evolution of: 1.4. The Evolution of XML
files: 2.1. XML Documents and XML Files
filters, implementing: 25.2. The org.xml.sax.helpers Package
how it works: 1.3. How XML Works
name tokens: 3.3.1.2. NMTOKEN
names: 2.4. XML Names
3.3.1.2. NMTOKEN
20.2. Annotated Sample Documents
20.3.1. Global Syntax Structures
namespaces (see namespaces)
object serialization and: 15.1.3. Object Serialization
parsers: 1.3. How XML Works
checking documents for well-formedness: 2.10. Checking Documents for Well-Formedness
checking the character set: 5.9. The Default Character Set for XML Documents
comparing namespace URIs: 4.2.3. Namespace URIs
determining character encoding: 5.1. Character-Set Metadata
event-based: 17.1.2. Treating XML as Events
handling namespaces: 4.3. How Parsers Handle Namespaces
text-processing tools and: 17.1.1. Treating XML as Text
XMLReader interface and: 25.1. The org.xml.sax Package
processing instructions (see processing instructions)
processing issues: 17.2. Common XML Processing Issues
comments: 17.2.2. Comments
links: 17.2.6. Links and References
notations: 17.2.4. Notations
references: 17.2.6. Links and References
unparsed entities: 17.2.5. Unparsed Entities
processing models: 17.1. Common XML Processing Models
abstracting XML: 17.1.5. Abstracting XML Away
event-based: 17.1.2. Treating XML as Events
extensions/standards: 17.1.6. Standards and Extensions
text-based: 17.1.1. Treating XML as Text
tree-based: 17.1.3. Treating XML as Tree Models
resources: 17. Programming Models
schema languages: 1.1. The Benefits of XML
1.4. The Evolution of XML
SGML and: 1.4. The Evolution of XML
stylesheets: 7.2. Direct Display of XML in Browsers
trees: 2.2.2. XML Trees
XML Canonicalization: 1.4. The Evolution of XML
17.2.1. What You Get Is Not What You Saw
XML declaration: 2.9. The XML Declaration
web browser problems with: 7.1.3.1. The XML declaration and processing instructions
XML specification for: 20.2. Annotated Sample Documents
20.3.1. Global Syntax Structures
XML-defined character sets: 5.4. XML-Defined Character Sets
XML Encryption: 1.4. The Evolution of XML
XML Information Set: 1.4. The Evolution of XML
XML Query Language: 1.4. The Evolution of XML
XML Schema Language (see entries under schemas)
XML Signatures: 1.4. The Evolution of XML
xml-stylesheet processing instruction: 2.8. Processing Instructions
associating stylesheets with XML documents: 12.3. Associating Stylesheets with XML Documents
pseudoattributes used in: 7.2.1. The xml-stylesheet Processing Instruction
xml-stylesheet processing instructions
XSLT stylesheets and: 8.3.2. The xml-stylesheet Processing Instruction
XML Validation Form (Brown University): 3.1.4. Validating a Document
XMLFilter interface (SAX): 19.3. Filters
25.1. The org.xml.sax Package
XMLFilterImpl class (SAX): 19.3. Filters
25.2. The org.xml.sax.helpers Package
xml:lang attribute: 5.11. xml:lang
20.3.2. DTD (Document Type Definition)
xmlns attribute
SAX core feature: 25.3. SAX Features and Properties
setting default namespaces with: 4.2.4. Setting a Default Namespace with the xmlns Attribute
20.3.4. Namespaces
in XPath data model: 9.1. The Tree Structure of an XML Document
xml.org (DTD repository): 3.10. Locating Standard DTDs
XMLReader interface (SAX): 19. Simple API for XML (SAX)
25.1. The org.xml.sax Package
ContentHandler interface and: 19.1. The ContentHandler Interface
counting elements/attributes in a document: 19.1. The ContentHandler Interface
SAX filters and: 19.3. Filters
validating parsers: 19.2. SAX Features and Properties
XMLReaderAdapter class (SAX): 25.2. The org.xml.sax.helpers Package
XMLReaderFactory class (SAX): 19. Simple API for XML (SAX)
25.2. The org.xml.sax.helpers Package
xml:space attribute: 20.3.2. DTD (Document Type Definition)
XPath: 0.. What This Book Covers
1.4. The Evolution of XML
9. XPath
arithmetic operators in: 9.6.1. Numbers
Boolean expressions: 9.6.3. Booleans
22.2. Data Types
Boolean functions: 9.7.3. Boolean Functions
comparison operators: 9.6.2. Strings
data model: 9.1. The Tree Structure of an XML Document
22.1. The XPath Data Model
expressions: 9.6. General XPath Expressions
22.2. Data Types
XSLT elements and: 8.5. Calculating the Value of an Element with xsl:value-of
functions: 9.7. XPath Functions
22.5. XPath Functions
location paths: 9.2. Location Paths
22.3. Location Paths
axes: 9.5. Unabbreviated Location Paths
node tests: 9.5. Unabbreviated Location Paths
node-set functions: 9.7.1. Node-Set Functions
node sets in: 22.2. Data Types
numbers in: 9.6.1. Numbers
22.2. Data Types
numeric functions: 9.7.4. Number Functions
predicates in location paths: 9.4. Predicates
22.3. Location Paths
22.4. Predicates
reference: 22. XPath Reference
relational operators: 9.4. Predicates
9.6.2. Strings
string functions: 9.7.2. String Functions
strings in: 9.6.2. Strings
22.2. Data Types
unabbreviated location paths: 9.5. Unabbreviated Location Paths
xpointer( ): 11.1. XPointers on URLs
XPointers: 0.. What This Book Covers
1.4. The Evolution of XML
11. XPointers
bare names: 11.3. Bare Names
changing context nodes for: 11.7.5. Relative XPointers
in links: 11.2. XPointers in Links
namespaces and: 11.5. Namespaces
points in: 11.6. Points
ranges in: 11.6. Points
11.7. Ranges
on URLs: 11.1. XPointers on URLs
xs:all element: 16.7.2. Controlling Element Placement
21.2. Schema Elements
xs:annotation element: 16.2.2. Annotations
21.2. Schema Elements
xs:any element: 16.8. Allowing Any Content
21.2. Schema Elements
xs:anyAttribute element: 16.8. Allowing Any Content
21.2. Schema Elements
xs:anySimpleType type: 21.3. Primitive Types
xs:anyType type: 16.5.1. complexContent
21.3. Primitive Types
xs:anyURI type: 16.2.4. Simple Types
21.3. Primitive Types
xs:appinfo element: 16.2.2.2. The xs:appinfo element
21.2. Schema Elements
xs:attribute element: 16.2.5. Attribute Declarations
21.2. Schema Elements
xs:attributeGroup element: 16.2.5.1. Attribute groups
21.2. Schema Elements
xs:base64Binary type: 16.2.4. Simple Types
21.3. Primitive Types
xs:boolean type: 16.2.4. Simple Types
21.3. Primitive Types
xs:byte type: 16.2.4. Simple Types
21.3. Primitive Types
xs:choice element: 16.7.2. Controlling Element Placement
21.2. Schema Elements
xs:complexContent element: 16.5.1. complexContent
21.2. Schema Elements
xs:complexType element: 16.2.5. Attribute Declarations
16.4. Complex Types
16.5.1. complexContent
21.2. Schema Elements
xs:date type: 21.3. Primitive Types
xs:dateTime type: 16.2.4. Simple Types
21.3. Primitive Types
xs:decimal type: 21.3. Primitive Types
xs:documentation element: 16.2.2.1. The xs:documentation element
21.2. Schema Elements
xs:double type: 21.3. Primitive Types
xs:duration type: 16.2.4. Simple Types
21.3. Primitive Types
xs:element element: 16.2.3. Element Declarations
21.2. Schema Elements
xs:ENTITIES type: 16.2.4. Simple Types
21.3. Primitive Types
xs:ENTITY type: 16.2.4. Simple Types
21.3. Primitive Types
xs:enumeration facet element: 16.6.2.3. Enumerations
21.2. Schema Elements
xs:extension element: 16.2.5. Attribute Declarations
16.8.2.1. Deriving by extension
21.2. Schema Elements
xs:field element: 16.9.4.1. Forcing uniqueness
21.2. Schema Elements
xs:float type: 21.3. Primitive Types
xs:fractionDigits facet element: 16.6.2.4.2. Length and precision
21.2. Schema Elements
xs:gDay type: 21.3. Primitive Types
xs:gMonth type: 21.3. Primitive Types
xs:gMonthDay type: 21.3. Primitive Types
xs:group element: 16.7.3. Using Groups
21.2. Schema Elements
xs:gYear type: 21.3. Primitive Types
xs:gYearMonth type: 21.3. Primitive Types
xs:hexBinary type: 21.3. Primitive Types
xs:ID type: 16.2.4. Simple Types
21.3. Primitive Types
xs:IDREF type: 16.2.4. Simple Types
21.3. Primitive Types
xs:IDREFS type: 16.2.4. Simple Types
21.3. Primitive Types
xs:import element: 16.8.1.3. Importing schemas for other namespaces
21.2. Schema Elements
xs:include element: 16.8.1.1. Including external declarations
21.2. Schema Elements
xsi:nil attribute: 21.4. Instance Document Attributes
xsi:noNamespaceSchemaLocation attribute: 16.1. Overview
21.4. Instance Document Attributes
xs:int type: 21.3. Primitive Types
xs:integer type: 16.2.4. Simple Types
21.3. Primitive Types
xsi:schemaLocation attribute: 16.1. Overview
16.3.1. Target Namespaces
21.4. Instance Document Attributes
xsi:type attribute: 16.8.2.3. Using derived types
21.4. Instance Document Attributes
xs:key element: 16.9.4.2. Keys and references
21.2. Schema Elements
xs:keyref element: 16.9.4.2. Keys and references
21.2. Schema Elements
XSL (Extensible Stylesheet Language): 1.4. The Evolution of XML
XSL-FO (XSL Formatting Objects): 1.1. The Benefits of XML
1.4. The Evolution of XML
12. Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)
13. XSL Formatting Objects (XSL-FO)
documents
boxes in: 13.1. XSL Formatting Objects
generating: 13.3.2. Generating the Finished Document
programs for working with: 13.3.2. Generating the Finished Document
structure of: 13.2. The Structure of an XSL-FO Document
laying out master pages: 13.3. Laying Out the Master Pages
properties: 13.4. XSL-FO Properties
vs. CSS: 13.5. Choosing Between CSS and XSL-FO
xs:language type: 16.2.4. Simple Types
21.3. Primitive Types
xsl:apply-imports element: 23.2. XSLT Elements
xsl:apply-templates element: 8.6. Applying Templates with xsl:apply-templates
23.2. XSLT Elements
xsl:attribute element: 23.2. XSLT Elements
xsl:attribute-set element: 23.2. XSLT Elements
xsl:call-template element: 23.2. XSLT Elements
xsl:choose element: 23.2. XSLT Elements
xsl:comment element: 23.2. XSLT Elements
xsl:copy element: 23.2. XSLT Elements
xsl:copy-of element: 23.2. XSLT Elements
xsl:decimal-format element: 9.7.2. String Functions
23.2. XSLT Elements
23.3. XSLT Functions
xsl:element element: 23.2. XSLT Elements
xs:length facet element: 16.6.2.2. Restricting length
21.2. Schema Elements
xsl:fallback element: 23.2. XSLT Elements
xsl:for-each element: 23.2. XSLT Elements
xsl:if element: 23.2. XSLT Elements
xsl:import element: 23.2. XSLT Elements
xsl:include element: 23.2. XSLT Elements
xs:list element: 16.6.2.6. Lists
21.2. Schema Elements
xsl:key element: 23.2. XSLT Elements
xsl:message element: 23.2. XSLT Elements
xsl:namespace-alias element: 23.2. XSLT Elements
xsl:number element: 23.2. XSLT Elements
xs:long type: 21.3. Primitive Types
xsl:otherwise element: 23.2. XSLT Elements
xsl:output element: 23.2. XSLT Elements
xsl:param element: 23.2. XSLT Elements
xsl:preserve-space element: 23.2. XSLT Elements
xsl:processing-instruction element: 23.2. XSLT Elements
xsl:sort element: 23.2. XSLT Elements
xsl:strip-space element: 23.2. XSLT Elements
xsl:stylesheet element: 8.2. xsl:stylesheet and xsl:transform
23.2. XSLT Elements
XSLT: 0.. What This Book Covers
1.4. The Evolution of XML
8. XSL Transformations (XSLT)
functions: 23.3. XSLT Functions
Internet Explorer and: 7.2.2. Internet Explorer
Mozilla and: 7.2.3. Netscape and Mozilla
Netscape and: 7.2.3. Netscape and Mozilla
processors: 8. XSL Transformations (XSLT)
8.3. Stylesheet Processors
problems with incorrect namespace URIs: 8.2. xsl:stylesheet and xsl:transform
transforming XML documents: 6.6. Transformation and Presentation
17.1.4. Transformations
XSLT stylesheets: 8. XSL Transformations (XSLT)
adding templates to: 8.4. Templates and Template Rules
attribute value templates: 8.9. Attribute Value Templates
built-in template rules and: 8.7. The Built-in Template Rules
elements, categories of: 23.2. XSLT Elements
flowing content into pages: 13.3.1. Flowing Content into the Pages
MIME media type for: 7.2.1.1. The required href and type pseudoattributes
modes and: 8.8. Modes
namespaces and: 8.10. XSLT and Namespaces
23.1. The XSLT Namespace
rddl:resource elements and: 14.2. RDDL Syntax
transforming documents into XSL-FO documents: 13.3.2. Generating the Finished Document
13.4. XSL-FO Properties
XSL-FO and: 13. XSL Formatting Objects (XSL-FO)
xsl:stylesheet element and: 8.2. xsl:stylesheet and xsl:transform
23.2. XSLT Elements
xsl:template element: 8.4. Templates and Template Rules
23.2. XSLT Elements
xsl:text element: 23.2. XSLT Elements
xsl:transform element: 23.2. XSLT Elements
xsl:value-of element: 8.5. Calculating the Value of an Element with xsl:value-of
23.2. XSLT Elements
string( ) and: 9.7.2. String Functions
xsl:variable element: 23.2. XSLT Elements
xsl:vendor property: 23.3. XSLT Functions
xsl:vendor-url property: 23.3. XSLT Functions
xsl:version property: 23.3. XSLT Functions
xsl:when element: 23.2. XSLT Elements
xsl:with-param element: 23.2. XSLT Elements
xs:maxExclusive facet element: 16.6.2.4.1. Minimum and maximum values
21.2. Schema Elements
xs:maxInclusive facet element: 16.6.2.4.1. Minimum and maximum values
21.2. Schema Elements
xs:maxLength facet element: 16.6.2.2. Restricting length
21.2. Schema Elements
xs:minExclusive facet element: 16.6.2.4.1. Minimum and maximum values
21.2. Schema Elements
xs:minInclusive facet element: 16.6.2.4.1. Minimum and maximum values
21.2. Schema Elements
xs:minLength facet element: 16.6.2.2. Restricting length
21.2. Schema Elements
xs:Name type: 16.2.4. Simple Types
21.3. Primitive Types
xs:NCName type: 21.3. Primitive Types
xs:negativeInteger type: 21.3. Primitive Types
xs:NMTOKEN type: 16.2.4. Simple Types
21.3. Primitive Types
xs:NMTOKENS type: 16.2.4. Simple Types
21.3. Primitive Types
xs:nonNegativeInteger type: 21.3. Primitive Types
xs:nonPositiveInteger type: 21.3. Primitive Types
xs:normalizedString type: 16.2.4. Simple Types
21.3. Primitive Types
xs:notation element: 21.2. Schema Elements
xs:NOTATION type: 16.2.4. Simple Types
21.3. Primitive Types
xs:pattern facet element: 16.6.2.5. Enforcing format
21.2. Schema Elements
xs:positiveInteger type: 21.3. Primitive Types
xs:QName type: 21.3. Primitive Types
xs:redefine element: 16.8.1.2. Modifying external declarations
21.2. Schema Elements
xs:restriction element: 16.6.2. Facets
16.8.2.2. Deriving by restriction
21.2. Schema Elements
xs:schema element: 16.2.1. Document Organization
21.2. Schema Elements
controlling namespace qualification: 16.3.2. Controlling Qualification
target namespaces and: 16.3.1. Target Namespaces
xs:selector element: 16.9.4.1. Forcing uniqueness
21.2. Schema Elements
xs:sequence element: 16.4. Complex Types
16.7.2. Controlling Element Placement
21.2. Schema Elements
xs:short type: 21.3. Primitive Types
xs:simpleContent element: 16.2.5. Attribute Declarations
16.6. Simple Content
21.2. Schema Elements
xs:simpleType element: 16.4. Complex Types
16.6. Simple Content
21.2. Schema Elements
xs:string type: 16.2.4. Simple Types
16.6. Simple Content
21.3. Primitive Types
xs:time type: 21.3. Primitive Types
xs:token type: 16.2.4. Simple Types
21.3. Primitive Types
xs:totalDigits facet element: 16.6.2.4.2. Length and precision
21.2. Schema Elements
xs:union element: 16.6.2.7. Unions
21.2. Schema Elements
xs:unique element: 16.9.4.1. Forcing uniqueness
21.2. Schema Elements
xs:unsignedByte type: 21.3. Primitive Types
xs:unsignedInt type: 21.3. Primitive Types
xs:unsignedLong type: 21.3. Primitive Types
xs:unsignedShort type: 21.3. Primitive Types
xs:whiteSpace facet element: 16.6.2.1. Handling whitespace
21.2. Schema Elements


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