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Posted by: joet, on 9/29/2011, in category "XML"
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Location: Houston, Tx, United States
Abstract: HTML has a weakness,applications that can read HTML tags can display HTML documents without having to know anything about the document itself, its size or data type, in order to display the document. However, it doesn't describe the data and there's no way for you to enhance the HTML set to describe data. HTML consists of a limited set of standard tags that describes how information is to be displayed. It is this capability that gives HTML its strength-and its weakness.
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Posted by: joet, on 3/21/2010, in category "XML"
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Location: Houston, Tx, United States
Abstract: I want to pass this along and avoid the headache of having to figure out the way to provide a news rollup on the landing page. I had mentioned before that you could make a copy of the article page layout and start with that but I did it another way. I did it with SharePoint Designer and then customized the page with the page fields and content type fields I wanted. First create the custom content type at the root based on the article layout. Then create the custom news page from SharePoint Publishing - Page Layout - "Options" under the group you selected to put it in and name the URL and Title.
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Posted by: joet, on 2/15/2009, in category "XML"
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Location: Houston, Tx, United States
Abstract: CAML (Collaborative Application Markup Language) is an XML based markup language used with the family of Microsoft SharePoint technologies (Windows Sharepoint Services and Office SharePoint Server). Unlike plain XML, CAML contains specific groups of tags to both define and display (render) data.

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