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    I will contact them now. I can not believe that I didn't think of that.Thanks.
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    Good Morning,I am currently writing a paper for school on XML and need to interview someone working for a company that uses XML. Unfortunately, I have not been able to locate anyone of this nature. Is there anyone I can converse with that has used XML at their company where XML has solved an issue they may have had. If so, can you simply answer the following questions below?1)What is your company's name, background.2) What was the problem you were trying to solve. 3) How did you or your company solved it with XML. 4) How would it have been solved without XML. I would greatly appreciate this.Thanks,Sherrie
  3. Thanks! I will play with it and see what happens.
  4. Good Evening, I am currently working on an assignment where I have use data islands to pull data from an XML document to display on an HTML web page. I have gotten everything to work so far with the exception of my description element. It is in paragraph form (<p>......</p>).How do I pull this over? Here is what I have so far. Can someone help me? <title>Scotland Tours</title> <xml id="tourInfo" src="tour.xml"></xml></head><body> <h1>Scotland Tours</h1><div><p datasrc="#tourInfo" datafld="description"></p></div><div datasrc="#infoTour" datafld="tourName"> <h2><span datasrc="#tourInfo" datafld="tourName"></span> </h2> <h3><img datasrc="#tourInfo" datafld="tourPhoto" hspace="3" vspace="5" border="1" /></h3> <div datasrc="#tourInfo" datafld="tourGuide"></div><div> <a datasrc="#tourInfo" datafld="tdEmail"> <span datasrc="#tourInfo" datafld="tdEmail"></span></a></div> <table datasrc="#tourInfo" datafld="tour"> <tr> <th>Start Date</th> <th></th> <th></th> <th></th> <th></th> <th>End Date</th> </tr> <tr> <td><span datasrc="#tourInfo" datafld="tourStart"></span></td> <td></td> <td></td> <td></td> <td></td> <td><span datasrc="#tourInfo" datafld="tourEnd"></span></td> </tr></table><table border= "5" bordercolor= "brown" bordercolorlight= "tan" cellspacing= "0" cellpadding= "4" width= "70%" style="font-family: Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: 1em; background-color: white; float: left; margin: 5 0 5 5"" > </tr> <thead><tr style="background-color: yellow"> <th colspan= "2">Itinerary</th> </tr></thead><tbody style="font-size: 80%"><tr> <td>Day</td> <td rowspan="3" valign="top" style="background-color: lightblue">Activity</td></tr></table><div><p> <button onclick="tourInfo.recordset.moveFirst()"> |< First </button> <button onclick="tourInfo.recordset.movePrevious(); if (tourInfo.recordset.BOF) tourInfo.recordset.moveLast()"> < Back </button> <button onclick="tourInfo.recordset.moveNext(); if (tourInfo.recordset.EOF) tourInfo.recordset.moveFirst()"> Forward > </button> <button onclick="tourInfo.recordset.moveLast()"> Last >| </button></p></div></body></html> Here is the XML document: <tours> <tour> <description><p><i>Travel Scotland!</i> goes south to England and the Lake District.The tour leaves departs from London, taking an overnight train to Windemere,your gateway to the Lake District. Take some time to peruse the localshops or hike the mountains, following in the footsteps of WilliamWordsworth. With a week in the Lake District, you'll have plenty of timeto discover all of its charms and wonders.</p><p>From the Lake District, we go to York for two fun-filled days. Tour theawesome York Minster, one of the most beautiful cathedrals in Europe. Yorkis also home to underground ruins of one of the earliest Roman settlementsin Britain.</p><p>The tour concludes with two days of sight-seeing and fun in London.</p> </description> <tourName>The Lake District</tourName> <tourPhoto>Lake.jpg</tourPhoto> <tourGuide>Mary Taylor</tourGuide> <tdEmail>mailto:mtaylor@tscotland.com</tdEmail> <tourStart>6/15/2003</tourStart> <tourEnd>6/19/2003</tourEnd> <itinerary> <day> <dayNumber>1</dayNumber> <plan>London arrival</plan> </day> <day> <dayNumber>2</dayNumber> <plan>Train to Windemere</plan> </day> <day> <dayNumber>3</dayNumber> <plan>Second day in Windemere</plan> </day> <day> <dayNumber>4</dayNumber> <plan>Trip to Ambleside</plan> </day> <day> <dayNumber>5</dayNumber> <plan>Hiking tour to Grasmere</plan> </day> <day> <dayNumber>6</dayNumber> <plan>Boating trip on Lake Windemere</plan> </day> <day> <dayNumber>7</dayNumber> <plan>Free day</plan> </day> <day> <dayNumber>8</dayNumber> <plan>Trip to Keswick and Honister Pass</plan> </day> <day> <dayNumber>9</dayNumber> <plan>Return to Ambleside</plan> </day> <day> <dayNumber>10</dayNumber> <plan>Train to York</plan> </day> <day> <dayNumber>11</dayNumber> <plan>Second day in York</plan> </day> <day> <dayNumber>12</dayNumber> <plan>Train to London</plan> </day> <day> <dayNumber>13</dayNumber> <plan>Second day in London</plan> </day> <day> <dayNumber>14</dayNumber> <plan>London departure</plan> </day> </itinerary> </tour> <tour>
  5. I am a beginner at this. What exactly is AJAX? I will try using "div" with width and height . Does this have to be a table as well?
  6. Good Morning, I am building a website using HTML frames. However, it has to be designed as an XHTML 1.0 strict document. All of my pages have been validated except my link page because of the "target" attribute. I was told by someone in the HTML forum that I might want to ask a JAVA expert on how to use Java to link my pages. Can someone help me?Here is my HTML code for my links page: Thanks
  7. I built the site with frames because it was easier than my other options. I just can not seem to get my page to look the way I want it to using tables or neither.
  8. Hello, I am working with frames and it needs to be designed as an XHTML 1.0 strict document. If possible, how do I get the link section to work properly without using "target" to direct the links to the correct path?Help!
  9. Hey thanks, That worked perfectly.
  10. Good Evening, I am building a website and wanted to know how I can change the color of just one or two words in a paragraph without changing the color of the entire paragraph.Can anyone help me?Thanks,Sherrie
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