Parsing XML with PHP is a task that will allow you to give your applications more diversity, flexibility and portability. If you run a content-drive website, have you thought about offering some of your content to other sites in the form of XML? If you havenít, I'd recommend that you do. It's a great way to get some extra traffic to your site and also some free brand-based promotion too!
Of course this article only teaches you the basics of parsing XML with DOMXML, and I will be writing an article describing how to use the SAX-compatible Expat parser in the near future.
Take a look at the links and books shown below if you'd like to learn more about using XML with PHP.
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