Extensible Markup Language (XML) is a set of rules for encoding documents in machine-readable form. It is defined in the XML 1.0 Specification produced by the W3C. The design goals of XML emphasize simplicity, generality, and usability over the Internet.

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Importing XML into InDesign and automatically adjusting content

My client has an InDesign catalog. Instead of manually updating it as he's done up to now, he'd like to import XML data into the InDesign file and not have to make any of the changes manually. However ...
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How can I add a border around a paragraph style after xml import in InDesign?

I'm struggling with my first xml import, and i'm used to work with InDesign. Below is an .xml file that's been generated by a database export, and will change every month. Without any problems, I am ...
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Add column break and space to using paragraph using styles

I'm going to design a fairly large festival programme and wish to make use of XML to ease the process. But I need to be able to make column break after each entry, and also add spacing after certain ...
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Tell InDesign how to insert an XML structure

I have a few questions about the InDesign XML import. So, when I import my XML file, I get a structure which I can insert into the document. I would like to customize the way that InDesign puts the ...
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InDesign XML import — am I missing something?

I'm trying to create a flyer, using InDesign CS6, for which the content is imported from XML, but I'm struggling... This is my InDesign template: I've tagged the individual text elements I need to ...