RecipeBook XML is a markup language used to write recipes and cookbooks. It is simple and easy to learn, but offers some powerful features. Once a recipe is written in RecipeBook XML it can be reproduced in HTML, PDF, Rich Text formats all from the same source document.
The primary goal of RecipeBook XML is to allow people to create, store and share recipes in a variety of electronic formats. Consideration is also given to computer manipulation of the data contained within the recipes. More details are given below.
- An introductory tutorial for RecipeBook XML authors
- A step-by-step guide to using RecipeBook XML with a GUI editor
- Converting RecipeBook XML to HTML, PDF and Rich Text
- Sample recipes written in RecipeBook XML
- The RecipeBook XML Document Type Definition (DTD)
- CSS, XSL and XSL-FO style sheets for RecipeBook XML
- Extracting data from RecipeBook XML recipes
- RecipeBook XML is Copyright (C) 2005 David Horton
- RecipeBook XML is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution Share-Alike license so it is free and open for everyone to use.
- If you have suggestions for improvements to RecipeBook XML please contact the author.
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