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XHTML for descriptive text

XHTML for descriptive text: Learning Metadata for Book Publishing
XHTML for descriptive text: Learning Metadata for Book Publishing

Many of the descriptive fields in ONIX metadata allow the publisher to include styling such as bold, italic, and lists. In this video, Joshua Tallent introduces you to XHTML, the coding language used for styling in these descriptive fields. He explains how XHTML differs from HTML, which tags are acceptable in ONIX, and how retailers use these tags. He also touches on the use of Unicode content and shows how to include special character entities in your metadata.

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Design Digital Publishing Ebooks

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