XML and InDesign: Stylish Structure: Publishing XML with by Dorothy J. Hoskins

By Dorothy J. Hoskins

Observe the facility of XML publishing with InDesign, and create content material for a number of purposes - together with digital-first publishing workflows. With this e-book, XML evangelist Dorothy Hoskins teaches you many strategies for operating with the integrated XML functions of InDesign CS6, utilizing actual examples from a school course-catalog venture. the best way to import database content material into InDesign, and tag current InDesign content material as XML for export to different functions. InDesign additionally permits you to observe appealing styling to XML content material that cannot be performed with XSL-FO. via step by step directions, code examples, and many display pictures, you will find how utilizing XML with InDesign raises the price of your content material.

Show description

Read or Download XML and InDesign: Stylish Structure: Publishing XML with Adobe InDesign PDF

Similar adobe books

Adobe Illustrator CS6 Classroom in a Book

Inventive pros looking the quickest, simplest, so much complete solution to research Adobe Illustrator CS6 pick out Adobe Illustrator CS6 lecture room in a publication from the Adobe inventive staff at Adobe Press. The 15 project-based classes during this booklet exhibit readers step by step the major recommendations for operating in Illustrator CS6 and the way to create vector paintings for almost any undertaking and throughout a number of media: print, web pages, interactive initiatives, and video.

Adobe Fireworks CS3

Книга Adobe Fireworks CS3 Adobe Fireworks CS3Книги English литература Автор: Adobe Год издания: 2007 Формат: pdf Страниц: 25 Размер: 10,8 Язык: Английский0 (голосов: zero) Оценка:The perfect resolution for speedily prototyping web content and internet software interfacesCreate and edit either vector and bitmap photos in a single applicationOptimize vector and bitmap photographs for the webOffers tight integration with comparable instruments, together with Photoshop CS3, Illustrator CS3, Flash CS3 expert, Dreamweaver CS3, and Adobe FlexIdeal for internet and interactive content material designers and builders, better schooling college and scholars, and skilled photograph designers

Flash Web Design: the art of motion graphics

Offers deconstructions of winning, real-world Flash animations and interfaces, selected simply because they demonstrate so much in actual fact the suggestions the most important to being a winning movement images fashion designer. Softcover.

Additional resources for XML and InDesign: Stylish Structure: Publishing XML with Adobe InDesign

Example text

Select the root node of your sample XML file in the Structure pane. 2. Delete the file. A dialog will appear asking for confirmation that you want to take this action; click Delete. 3. Import XML as before, but select the real XML file you want to publish, rather than your sample file. Select Merge to replace the empty root element with the new XML. You can see the styled text reappear in the text frame, and many more XML elements will appear in the Structure pane. info | 23 There may be a delay while the Import Options dialog processes the XML file when you import something larger than the sample file we have used so far.

Refer to O’Reilly’s XSLT Cookbook by Sal Mangano for details. Working Without an Initial DTD For iterative development without a DTD, you look at the end result that you want, and the type of content that you are creating in InDesign, and design an output that will flow into the next process as simply as possible. This type of process works best for simple content that can be tagged in InDesign and mapped to a fairly shallow set of XML elements in the output. info CHAPTER 5 Looking Forward: InDesign as an XML “Skin” If you have a number of XML documents, all based on the same tags, you can make them look completely different just by using a different style mapping and page layout.

CourseDescription_Footnote> ... info | 17 As I mentioned, we combined the values from three data fields into the single XML element named . These values are separated by tabs (the seen in the code examples). This is a convenience for print publishing, where tabs are used for better read‐ ability. If you were creating a table from the XML import, you could keep these three field values distinct by making each one an XML ele‐ ment and applying formatting to create table cells from the imported XML.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.13 of 5 – based on 32 votes

Related posts