Nested XML content demo page

Here is an example for using nested XML contents. Nesting XML contents means including one XML content schema as a "sub-element" in another XML content schema. Using nested XML contents, you can create powerful content definitions for all kind of content based applications.

There is no technical limit on how many XML content schemas you can nest into each other. Keep in mind that the editor can get quite complex if you nest many schemas with a lot of optional elements.

In this example, the contact information data is optionally attached to the main XML schema called "bookmark".

Alkacon Software GmbH- The OpenCms experts

Alkacon Software GmbH is the main contributor to the OpenCms project. Alkacon offers support agreements, services and training courses for OpenCms.

OpenCms is a professional level Open Source Website Content Management System. OpenCms helps to create and manage complex websites easily without knowledge of html. An integrated WYSIWYG editor with a user interface similar to well known office applications helps the user creating the contents, while a sophisticated template engine enforces a site-wide corporate layout. As true Open Source software, OpenCms is completely free of licensing costs.

Contact information:

Alkacon Software GmbH - The OpenCms experts
An der Wachsfabrik 13
50996 Köln (Cologne)
Phone: +49 2236 3826-0
Fax: +49 2236 3826-20

The Free Software Foundation

OpenCms is based in the LGPL license, developed by the Free Software Foundation (FSF).

The FSF is the principal organizational sponsor of the GNU Project. FSF receives very little funding from corporations or grant-making foundations. We rely on support from individuals like you who support FSF's mission to preserve, protect and promote the freedom to use, study, copy, modify, and redistribute computer software, and to defend the rights of Free Software users.

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Free Software Foundation
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