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  1. Hi,The XML DOM Tutorial sample file, books.xml, has a book node with 5 author nodes = multiple elements of the same type: <book category="web"> <title lang="en">XQuery Kick Start</title> <author>James McGovern</author> <author>Per Bothner</author> <author>Kurt Cagle</author> <author>James Linn</author> <author>Vaidyanathan Nagarajan</author> <year>2003</year> <price>49.99</price> </book> I understand doing it this way but I would tend to group the 5 authors as 5
  2. Thank you. That works :)Can you give me a URL to a page that lists the available escape sequences for XML? > Never mind. I found it.
  3. Hi,I want to put the following text (note the < at the end)I ADVISE YOU TO PUT DOWN THE CLAM BEFORE OPENING IT. >STRAIN!<in an element as follows<data>I ADVISE YOU TO PUT DOWN THE CLAM BEFORE OPENING IT. >STRAIN!<<\data> When I open this in a browser (to check for correctness), the browser complains about the two << characters, one from the actual text, the other from the closing tag <\data>. How can I get what I want? Thanks.
  4. Hi, I am displaying Nodes from the following XML file in a Java GUI.<?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?><bookstore> <book category="cooking"> <title>Everyday Italian</title> <author>Giada De Laurentiis</author> </book><!-- more book elements --></bookstore>I haveElement documentElement = xmlDocument.getDocumentElement();andNodeList bookNodes = documentElement.getElementsByTagName("book");I want to allow the user to remove all <book> elements while not destroying xmlDocument - I want the user to be abl
  5. dsonesuk,Thanks, that worked
  6. Foxy Mod,I'm using Firefox.I know how to use lists and list-style; that's not what I'm doing here.The w3schools CSS tutorial says display:list-item should style an item by giving it a bullet as if you were using a list. I don't know why you would want to do it with display instead of using a list but because they say you can, I'd like to know why it isn't working for me.See the w3schools CSS Reference for the display property: it shows an example where they create a <span> element with a red background and display:list-item and it shows the bullet. I just copied their code into my own ht
  7. Hi,I'm testing out/learning CSS and applied the following style:#listitem{ display:list-item; color:red;} as follows:<p id="listitem">Why not just use a list?</p> I know the style works because the text was correctly red, but it did not display as a list-item = no bullet.Am I missing something?How do I get it to work?Thanks
  8. As far as I can tell anything I can do with max-height, max-width, min-height, and min-width I can do with height and width - what are they suppose to do that only they can do?
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