XML Résumé files are XML files composed mostly of elements. This part of the user guide documents the semantics (meaning) and syntax (structure) of all of the elements that you can use to construct a résumé.
To get started with creating a résumé, take a look Chapter 2, which is a tutorial on creating an XML résumé. Alternatively, you could examine the content model for the resume element, and drill down from there.
This sections documents changes to the XML Résumé Library DTD.
Deprecated elements will still be formatted, and are still valid elements in an XML résumé. However, their use is discouraged, and they will be removed in a future version of the DTD.
Changed element: The project element now supports an optional title attribute.
New element: minor.
New element: lastModified.
New attribute: the phone element now has a location attribute.
New attribute: the skill element now has a level attribute.
Change: the contact element may now contain any number of its allowed child elements, and they may appear in any order.
Deprecated element: skillareas. You may simply remove the start and end tags from your résumé.
Deprecated element: skills. You may simply remove the start and end tags from your résumé.
New element: link.
New attribute: the address element now has an optional format attribute.
Deprecated element: break. Instances of this element should be removed.
Deprecated element: company. Instances of this element should be removed.
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