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XML / XSLT / XML Schema / XSL-FO Training

Posted: Wed Oct 25, 2006 5:42 pm
by Webucator
Webucator provides customized onsite classes in XML, XSLT, XSL-FO, and XML Schema. We can use OxygenXml or any other XML editor in our classes. For details, please visit our XML training page at


Re: XML / XSLT / XML Schema / XSL-FO Training

Posted: Sun Jan 25, 2009 11:08 pm
by AquentGraphics
Aquent Graphics Institute (AGI Training) is another resource for XML, XSLT, XSL-FO, and XML Schema training. AGI uses OxygenXml as the XML editor in our classes. We also use this in our advanced Adobe Dreamweaver training classes and Adobe InDesign training where XML is involved. More information about the training classes in Boston, New York, and Philadelphia is here: Dreamweaver and XML: and InDesign and XML: and XML Training:

I hope this is helpful.

Chris Smith
Aquent Graphics Institute
Adobe Training & Web Design Training

Re: XML / XSLT / XML Schema / XSL-FO Training

Posted: Fri Sep 10, 2010 2:01 am
by sjledet
If you are looking to learn XML/XSLT/XSL-FO/or XML Schema in Atlanta, Chicago, Denver, San Diego, or Washington DC, you can also check us out at Ledet Adobe Training. We offer both classroom and onsite training for Oxygen XML Editor, Author and related products and technology.

Our specialty is using XML with products from Adobe. Here's the outline to our XML fundamentals training class.

Our Dreamweaver training is available with an XML emphasis. We also offer an XML based process and data integration in Adobe InDesign training class.

Sterling Ledet
Ledet Graphics Training

XML Training from AGI using Oxygen XML Editor

Posted: Thu Jan 05, 2012 10:32 pm
by AGITraining
If you are looking for HTML Classes or XML Classes in Boston, New York City, or Philadelphia visit our Adobe Training pages to see the classes where we use Oxygen XML Editor.
We use Oxygen as part of our HTML5 Classes, in our InDesign XML Training Class and to supplement code editing in our Dreamweaver Classes. We also have an HTML5 book where you can use Oxygen to code the sample exercises.
Christopher Smith
AGI Training