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Top Five Reasons to Use XML in Technical Writing

If you are a tech­ni­cal writer or infor­ma­tion designer and you have never worked with XML, you might be won­der­ing why you should bother with XML. Using XML for author­ing tech­ni­cal doc­u­ments has a num­ber of advan­tages for writ­ers that can make it very worth­while to consider.

1. XML is an inter­na­tional stan­dard
XML is a document […]

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XML-DITA Structured Authoring Training TechTotal Hyderabad India

Course Descrip­tion
The Dar­win Infor­ma­tion Typ­ing Archi­tec­ture (DITA) is an end-to-end, XML-based archi­tec­ture for author­ing, man­ag­ing, and pub­lish­ing your organization’s tech­ni­cal con­tent. DITA was designed to meet the evolv­ing needs of orga­ni­za­tions in the face of today’s busi­ness require­ments — for man­ag­ing and pub­lish­ing con­tent for mul­ti­ple prod­ucts, mul­ti­ple audi­ences, and mul­ti­ple out­put for­mats… Larger organizations […]

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