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What is XML Web Authoring?

Type: Papers & articles
  • Categories: DITA, Online Authoring, XML

XML is a standardised markup language commonly used by technical writers to create structured content. XML is also useful when it comes to automating time-consuming tasks and processes—like pagination—in publishing. If you’re new to XML, check out this article to learn what XML and DITA are, and the benefits of XML web authoring.

Automated publishing at Kaplan

Type: Videos
  • Categories: Case Study, CMS, DITA, Education

Emily Johnston, Typefi Business Development Director, recently sat down for a chat to discuss how Typefi, along with Componize CCMS and structured authoring in DITA, has revolutionised how Kaplan produces its content. What was once a tedious workflow—taking content manually from Microsoft Word into InDesign—is now highly automated and streamlined.

Kaplan: Creating flexible content with XML and Typefi

Type: Presentations & Panels
  • Categories: Case Study, DITA, XML

The team at Kaplan Professional Education needed to find a way to make their content more flexible, and XML seemed to be the answer. In this case study, Peyton Bentley (Information Architect, Kaplan Professional Education) talks about how the team implemented DITA, and explains how using XML has not only improved their publishing workflows but has truly made their content more flexible.