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Normally any XML files can be execute by  any web browser such as Microsoft Internet Explorer, Netscape, Opera, Mozilla Firefox etc. However, to make XML documents that will be quite understandable format, we need some XML Style sheet XSL to transform this XML document for the proper display like web pages.

Examine XML Execution.

Here we have placed two examples for globalguideline employees, as XML documents one is valid XML document and second one is invalid XML document. Click for validation on below links and examine.

Execute Valid XML
Execute Invalid XML
 

On above examples we will see that only the <FirstName> is not proper closed that's why on Execute Invalid XML link we saw error in browser and on the first link we saw that the XML document will be displayed with color-coded XML root and its child elements. A plus (+) or minus sign (-) to the left of the XML elements can be clicked to expand or collapse the XML element structure. To view the basic XML source without the + and - signs, select "View Page Source" or "View Source" from the web browser menu of right click on web browser and then click on view source.

Why XML Execution is not formatted?

As we already study that an XML documents do not carry information about how to display the data like web page formatted. Now here when we invent some XML tags its up to our requirement and when we execute this document the web browser do not have any idea how to show the out put of our defined XML tags such as if we use <b> web browser will show bold content where we used this tag and if we use <globalGuideLine> then how can web browser recognize this entity and how to perform its out put what we need. 
Without any information about how to display the data, most web browsers will just display the XML document as it is.
In coming section of XML Tutorial we will learn different solutions to the display an entire XML document and this problem will be solve.  The hint is that we will use CSS, XSL, JavaScript, and XML Data Islands to display the content of XML like web page.


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