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Working with Attributes and CDATA Sections with the DOM XML Extension
March 05, 2008 @ 18:29:00

DevShed has posted a new tutorial today that continues their series looking at XML handling with PHP. This time it's a focus on attributes in a CDATA section with DOM.

Since the DOM XML library comes equipped with many other methods that can be useful for adding custom attributes to the existing nodes of a given XML document, and creating new CDATA sections, among other things.

They start with a review of the DOM functionality to get you reacquainted. From there they move off into the createAttribute function and its use in the creation of CDATA elements in your XML.

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