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XML and InDesign: Stylish Structure: Publishing XML with Adobe InDesign

by: Hoskins, Dorothy J.

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Publisher: O'REILLY,31.01.13

Category: WEB DESIGN Level:

ISBN: 144934416X
ISBN13: 9781449344160

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Discover the power of XML publishing with InDesign, and create content for multiple applications-including digital-first publishing workflows. With this book, XML evangelist Dorothy Hoskins teaches you several techniques for working with the built-in XML capabilities of InDesign CS6, using real examples from a college course-catalog project.

Learn how to import database content into InDesign, and tag existing InDesign content as XML for export to other applications. InDesign also lets you apply attractive styling to XML content that can't be done with XSL-FO. Through step-by-step instructions, code examples, and lots of screen shots, you'll discover how using XML with InDesign increases the value of your content.

  Get an overview of structured (XML) content

  Learn InDesign's XML import options, including XML image information

  Mingle XML and non-XML content in a text flow

  Use InDesign as an XML 'skin' by making templates with new style definitions

  Put content in 'XML order' for export to EPUB, with InDesign CS5.5 and CS6

  Dive into advanced topics, such as how to transform XML with XSL

  Understand InDesign's potential and limitations with complex content models such as DocBook and DITA