I have copied 2 pages from a Johnny's Seed catalog. On page 105, mark up in XML item numbers: 2063, 3616G, Martha Washington (3818G and 3818), and 2889 into a well formed XML document. Ignore the images and the comparison chart. Consider the rules for writing XML as explained in Chapter 1 of Goldberg and Chapter 2 of Hunter. Use at least one attribute in each of your four tomato seed listings.
Notes about the assignment:
- Pages 105 and 122 list keys to the symbols and codes used in the listed items. Not all symbols used in the tomato seed listings have to be marked up, just demonstrate a few examples of this type of information in your assignment.
- I have OCR'd the PDF so that you can copy and paste the text into your text editor.
- Use attributes sparingly in your XML document. In general, data should be stored in elements, and information about the data (metadata) should be stored in an attribute.
- There are many ways to mark up the information, though there are certain approaches that are more logical than others.
- When complete, email me your assignment as an attachment and be sure to write "IST 538 HW1" in the subject heading.
- Using comments, enter your name, date, and which homework assignment at the top of the document.
- This assignment is worth 10 points.