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August 22, 2016updated 11 Jan 2017 5:13pm

What is XML editing?

Changing and altering scripts.

By Hannah Williams

XML editing is when you edit scripts, either in the form of texts or video using predominantly XML Editor.

An XML Editor is a mark-up language editor, with added functionality to enable the editing of XML files.

Want to know when XML editing was first used? See next page.

It can be used on a single XML file, or on a file that is associated with a Visual Studio project. The XML Editor is associated with file extensions such as; .config, .dtd, .xml.

There are also graphical XML editors which hide the code in the background, presenting the content to the user in a more user-friendly format, approximating the rendered version or editing forms.

 

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