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Leave Markup Language For The Nerds!


Website creation for many years was something left only to those who can decipher the consumer languages used to create them, be it HTML, XML, SGML, CCS and many more.  People that would build sites in this manner are known as “hard coders” meaning they do not need a web editor tool such as X…

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Where Wine Gets Confusing


It isn’t everyday that a programming language takes the name of one of the most famous beverages ever invented.  I think we all know a bit about the beverage as well as the ways to buy it, including all those wine of the month club mailers which we all get on a weekly basis. For…

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Creating A Unique Website For Beginners


Website owners and developers today are given a huge variety of choice when it comes to personalization and themes. With the WordPress platform, advanced knowledge of traditional site building methods such as XML or HTML is no longer necessary for your average blogger. However, if you are really looking to build a brand and your…

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Do I Need to Know XML or Computer Language?


Way back when, when the internet was just a baby, people really needed to know XML, HTML, CSS, PHP, or any other computer language in order to make a website, or properly use the internet or computer for programs. It is now the 21st century, and even though some may still need to manually use…

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XML Communication Protocols


Purely by definition, it is possible using regular protocols to communicate XML web services over a network.  Typically a protocol often used is SOAP.  Therefore, a client can communicate with a XML Web service using specific SOAP messages, these can encapsulate other parameters such as XML.  This is certainly useful, especially because for the XML…

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Website Owners Don’t Need To Know XML


Things have gotten much easier for anyone who wants to start a website or blog. In 2012, I’d say that most website owners know little to nothing about XML or even HTML. This is because they don’t need to anymore with all the automation and WordPress themes that are available today. I first got started…

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Import/Export Data in WordPress Using XML Files


To export data from wordpress to transfer to a different blog simply go to Tools->Export->Select What You wish to Export & Click “Download Export File”. Now you have an XML file, which should look similar to this: <?xml version=”1.0″ encoding=”UTF-8″ ?> <!– generator=”WordPress/3.1″ created=”2012-03-01 00:11″ –> <rss version=”2.0″ xmlns:excerpt=”http://wordpress.org/export/1.1/excerpt/” xmlns:content=”http://purl.org/rss/1.0/modules/content/” xmlns:wfw=”http://wellformedweb.org/CommentAPI/” xmlns:dc=”http://purl.org/dc/elements/1.1/” xmlns:wp=”http://wordpress.org/export/1.1/” > <channel>…

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