Prior to this meeting:
Participants should have read chapters 1 and 2 of the XML reference book.
- Maria Fargo
- Karen K.
XML is practically the same as HTML, but you invent your own tags
Attribute: Why would you have attributes instead of child nodes?
- Attributes are tricky, more restrictive, can't use & <>
- If you think your attribute applies only to one element, put it in
- If you think it can be used outside
- Attributes can be used for generic items (like classes in HTML)
In Pat's test, Individuals have a value, gifts should have a value.
We're trying to get how to retrieve the value of a attribute
Does a blank line become a space in XSLT files?
No, but using the numerical value for ( ) will leave a non-breaking space.
Evan to share a link on XML rules on the site
Next Monday, let's review 1 and 2 again
Mathieu to send another Tungle for the week after Thanksgiving