XML EXAMPLES
RESOURCE DESCRIPTION FRAMEWORK(RDF):
Standardized level above XML provides relationships among documents, images and Web resources. 

<RDF:assertions href="http://www.nvo.com/stanmorgan/onlinewebpagebuilding/">

               <web:author>

<RDF:resource>

              <web:name>Stanley Morganstein</web:name>

<web:email>mailto:stanmorgan@aol.com</web:email>

               </RDF:resources>

</web:author>

</RDF:assertions>

 

MathML Markup Formula: x2 + 3x + 5 = 0
<mrow>

      <msup>

           <mi>x</mi>

           <mn>2</mn>

      </msup>

      <mo>+</mo>

            <mrow>

                  <mn>3</mn>

                  <mo>&invisibletimes;</mo>

                   <mi>x</mi>

             </mrow>

             <mo>+</mo>

             <mn>5</mn>     

             <mo>=</mo>

             <mn>0</mn>

 </mrow>

 

           

 

SIMPLE LINK IN A DOCUMENT TYPE DEFINITION(DTD)

         ELEMENT: component of a document (eg, title,paragraph, figure)

         DEFINE ATTRIBUTE LIST AND XML: link attribute value

<! ELEMENT http://www.nvo.com/stanmorgan ANY>

<!ATTLIST http://www.nvo.com/stanmorgan/   

                xml: "ONLINE WEB SITE CREATION"     

              CDATA= "http://www.newmillenniumwebcenter.com/"  #FIXED "simple"

 

EXTENDED LINK IN A DTD USES ID XPOINTER
<A xml:link="extended

               href="http://www.stanmorgan.com/XML_examples.htm%ID(section_01)">

Example Code</a>

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