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1: What Is XML and Why You Should Care
2: The Beginnings of XML
3: Shake Hands with XML!
5: Understanding and Using DTDs
6: Building DTDs
7: Attributes Add Flexibility to XML
8: Putting Your DTD to Work
9: Combining Multiple DTDs
10: Adding Character to XML
11: How Style Really Works
12:The Building Blocks of CSS
13: Applying Style to XML with XSL
14: Special Topics on XML Style
15: The XML Linking Language (XLink)
16: The XML Path Language
17: The XML Pointer Language
18: XML Can Channel from Many Sources
19: The Mathematical Markup Language
20: DocBook for XML
21: Cool Tools Rule
22: Ultimate Online Resources for XML and SGML
23:Ten Ways to Enjoy XML -- Really!
24: Ten Stylish XML Extensions
25: The Top Ten XML Applications
E-mail: XML For Dummies, 2nd Edition
Revised -- February 7, 2000