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Toggle to “Show Tagged Frames”, if “Hide Tagged Frames” is displayed. Toggle to “Show Tag Mark‐ ers”, if “Hide Tag Markers” is displayed. This step will provide color-coded back‐ grounds on text frames and brackets around elements to help you see tags when you apply them. 3. Type the name of each element of your XML structure on a single line in the order that they should appear in the document. For the example, that means typing the following element names: CourseDescription_Major CourseDescription_Name CourseDescription_Text CourseDescription_Footnote 4.

Save the trimmed file and use it for your placeholder tests. (The more complex your XML and DTD, the larger a set of text elements you will need to cover all the possibilities of your imported XML. ) If you have a DTD, but don’t have the actual XML you want to import, you can create an XML file from the DTD using an application such as XML Spy or Oxygen, but you will have to create at least the amount of content that I describe (several repeating blocks of content at each level of structure that you expect to repeat).

If you use “Map Styles to Tags”, InDesign will change your structure to match the Paragraph Styles that you select with the dialog or map by matching names, which might cause problems. If you have differences between the Paragraph Style names and the XML tag names, your XML elements will now have names that may not match Doing It Adobe’s Way: The Placeholder Approach | 25 your DTD. If some of the text doesn’t have a corresponding XML tag, the mapping will be only partial. In either case, your XML will be invalid, a problem you might not notice until you try to export XML out of InDesign to use for another process that depends on the DTD.

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