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I have found a lot of great sites for XML. But none of them really cover
how a technical writer could use XML for documentation. Does anyone know of
any sites that instruct the tech writer on producing XML-based documentation
that also provide good examples of XML pages, DTDs, and XSL style sheets?
I promise to post the results after a few days of gathering suggestions.
Ron D. Rhodes
Lead Technical Writer
rrhodes -at- fourthchannel -dot- com