Creating Accessible Documents in Microsoft Word

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Course Description

XML — eXtensible Markup Language — offers benefits for information management and the Worldwide Web. It provides a syntax for defining new markup languages. It enables the development of languages and tools for specific applications. XML is ideal for any situation where structured information exchange is needed. This course presents the tools and techniques for programmers and webmasters to build their own web authoring languages and capabilities using XML and related standards.

 

Prerequisites

HTML authoring Using a text editor and Basics of computer usage.


GETTING STARTED

Management and Organization

Principles

Software Interface

File Management

 

NAVIGATION

Navigate Using the Keyboard

Navigate Using the Interface

Navigate Multiple Documents

Use the Go To Function

 

WRITE XML

Elements

Attributes and Values

Rules for Writing XML

Declare the XML Version

Create the Root Element

Write Non-Empty Elements

Nest Elements

Add Attributes

Use Empty Elements

Write Comments

Write Five Special Symbols

Display Elements as Text

 

DTDS

Create a DTD

Declare an Internal DTD

Write an External DTD

Name an External DTD

Declare a Personal External DTD

Declare a Public External

 

DTDDEFINE ELEMENTS AND ATTRIBUTES IN A DTD

Define Elements

Define an Element to Contain Only Text

Define an Element to Contain One Child

Define an Element to Contain a Sequence

Define Choices

Define

How Many Units

About Attributes

Define Simple Attributes

Define Attributes with Unique Values

Reference Attributes with Unique Values

Restrict Attributes to Valid XML Names

 

ENTITIES AND NOTATIONS IN DTDS

Create Shortcuts for Text

Use Shortcuts for Text

Shortcuts for Text in External Files

Create and Use Shortcuts for DTDs

Create Entities for Unparsed Content

Embed Unparsed Content

 

XML SCHEMA

Simple and Complex Types

Local and Global Declarations

Begin a Simple Schema

Indicate a Simple Schemas Location

Annotate Schemas

 

DEFINE SIMPLE TYPES

Declare an Element with a Simple Type

Use Date and Time Types

Use Number Types

Derive Custom Simple Types

Use Anonymous Custom Types

Specify a Set of Acceptable Values

Specify a Pattern for a Simple Type

Specify a Range of Acceptable Values

Limit the Length of a Simple Type

Limit a Numbers Digits

Create List Types

Predefine an Elements Content

 

DEFINE COMPLEX TYPES

Define Elements to Contain Only Elements

Require Elements to Appear in Sequence

Create a Set of Choices

Allow Elements to Appear in Any Order

Define Named Groups

Reference a Named Group

Reference Already Defined Elements

Control How Many

Define Elements to Contain Only Text

Define Empty Elements

Define Elements with Mixed Content

Base Complex Types on Complex Types

Declare an Element of Complex Type

Elements with Anonymous Complex Types

Declare Attributes

Require an Attibute

Predefine Attributes Content

Define Attribute Groups

Reference Attribute Groups

 

USE NAMESPACES IN XML

Design a Namespace Name

Declare Default Namespaces

Namespaces for Individual Elements

How Namespaces Affect Attributes

Namespaces

DTDs and Valid Documents

 

NAMESPACESSCHEMAS AND VALIDATION

Schemas and Namespaces

Populate a Namespace

Add All Locally Declared Elements

Add Particular Locally Declared Elements

Reference Components with Namespaces

The Schema of Schemas as the Default

Namespaces and Validate XML

Indicate Where a Schema Is

Schemas in Multiple Files

Import Components

 

XSLT AND XPATHXSLT

Transform XML with XSLT

Begin an XSLT Style Sheet

Create the Root Template

Output HTML Code

Output a Nodes Content

Create and Apply Template Rules

Batch-Processing Nodes

Process Nodes Conditionally

Add Conditional Choices

Sort Nodes Before Processing

Generate Attributes

 

 

XPATH PATTERNS AND EXPRESSIONS

Determine the Current NodeRefer to the Current Node

Select a Nodes Children

Select a Nodes Parent or Siblings

Select All of the Descendents

Disregard the Current Node

Select a Nodes Attributes

Select Subsets

 

TEST EXPRESSIONS AND FUNCTIONS

Compare Two Values

Test the Position

Subtotal Values

Count Nodes

MultiplyDivideAddSubtract

Format Numbers

Round Numbers

Extract Substrings

Capitalize Strings

 

SET UP CSS

CSS with XML versus CSS with HTMLCSS1CSS2 and Browsers

The Anatomy of a Style

Specify Where Styles Are To Be Applied

Create an External Style Sheet

Call a Style Sheet for an XML Document

Call a Style Sheet for an HTML Document

Use Internal Style Sheets

Apply Styles Locally

 

LAYOUT WITH CSS

Define Elements as Block-Level or Inline

Hide Elements Completely

Offset Elements in the Natural Flow

Position Elements Absolutely

Set the Height or Width for an Element

Set the Border

Add Padding Around an Element

Set the Margins around an Element

Wrap Text Around Elements

Stop Text Wrap

Change the Foreground Colour

Change the Background

Position Elements in 3DAlign Elements Vertically

Determine Where Overflow Should Go

Clip an Element

Set List Properties

Specify Page Breaks

 

FORMAT TEXT WITH CSS

Choose a Font Family

Embed Fonts on a Page

Create Italics

Apply Bold Formatting

Set the Font Size

Set the Line Height

Set All Font Values at Once

Set the Text Colour

Change the Texts Background

Control Spacing

Align Text

Underline Text

Change the Text Case

 

LINKS AND IMAGES XLINK AND XPOINTER

Create a Simple Link

Create a Link set

Define Reference Points

Define Connections

Use a Linkset

Link to Part of a File

Create the Simplest Xpointer

Create Walking Xpointers

Create an XPointer Range

Appendices