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"DML2
A simple, object-oriented content storage and document formatting language"

Description DML is a simple templating language designed for the purpose of making it easy for web developers to reuse code (usually design elements) on many static HTML pages without having to copy the same code over and over. DML also allowed the entire website to be re-built from the "source" DML tags and definitions, making re-designs potentially a one-command operation. DML acheived all of these goals I had laid out for it and became a fairly usable structure for building websites. In fact, I've personally built 3 sites using it, and FatChuck's uses DML (as of June, 2002) to maintain a 700+ static HTML page site!.

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from http://home.attbi.com/~furiousjay/code/dml2.html:

Description
DML is a simple templating language designed for the purpose of making it easy for web developers to reuse code (usually design elements) on many static HTML pages without having to copy the same code over and over. DML also allowed the entire website to be re-built from the "source" DML tags and definitions, making re-designs potentially a one-command operation. DML acheived all of these goals I had laid out for it and became a fairly usable structure for building websites. In fact, I've personally built 3 sites using it, and FatChuck's uses DML (as of June, 2002) to maintain a 700+ static HTML page site!.

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  • () RandyKramer - 06 Apr 2003
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Topic revision: r1 - 2003-04-06 - RandyKramer
 
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