The purpose of a DTD (Document Type Definition) is to define the legal
building blocks of an XML document.
DTD defines the document structure with a
list of legal elements and attributes.
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Introduction to DTD
An introduction to the XML DTD, and why you should use it.
DTD - XML Building Blocks
The XML building blocks that can be defined in a DTD.
How to define the legal elements of an XML document using DTD.
How to define the legal attributes of XML elements using DTD.
DTD Elements vs. Attributes
When to use elements and when to use attributes. A small "think-about"
How to define XML entities using DTD.
How to test for DTD errors while loading XML documents.
Some real world DTD examples.
This chapter contains a summary on what you have learned in this tutorial and a
recommendation on what subject you should study next.
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