Join Nigel French for an in-depth discussion in this video Exporting XML, part of InDesign CS3 Long Documents.
Continuing from the previous movie, we are now ready to export the content of our document to XML or rather we are almost ready.…Because there is one more thing that we need to do and that one thing is that we need to look at the hierarchy…of the tagged elements in the Structure pane.…So I'm going to open up the Structure pane by clicking on these two arrows, bottom left, and we see there the tag elements…that corresponds to the text that I applied to the different pieces of the document.…Firstly, I notice that I need to change the order in which the image comes because in the document that I want to create…from this resulting XML, I want the image to come immediately after the story…and the way things are at the moment, that's not going to happen.…
So I'm going to drag that image tag up to beneath the story.…And the second thing is I want to see what order it was I tag these elements in because I suspect I did them…in the wrong order and I actually have the Cuba double-page spread preceding the Guatemala…
- Setting up templates and master pages
- Working with Bridge
- Creating books
- Planning and managing styles
- Troubleshooting with the Story Editor
- Managing footnotes and endnotes
- Searching with GREP
- Generating a table of contents
- Automating layouts
- Repurposing material as PDF and XHTML documents
Skill Level Intermediate
1 . Getting Started
2. Planning Your Project
3. Setting Up and Applying Master Pages
4. Working with Booked Documents
5. Getting the Most from Global Formatting
6. The Story Editor and Editing Tools
7. Footnotes and Endnotes
9. Understanding GREP Searches
10. Generating a Table of Contents
Styling a table of contents7m 57s
11. Automating Layouts
12. Repurposing Material
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