Create xml documents to contain well-defined information, Programming Languages

The objectives of this assignment are to test your ability to create XML documents to contain well-defined information. This assignment will be used further in Assignment 2, so please don't leave it until the last day to start your assignment!!
Warning - XML Generating Tools
You are NOT allowed to use tools which generate XHTML, XSLT, SVG or CSS code from a visual representation. This includes DreamWeaver, Microsoft Frontpage, Saving to HTML from Word, etc. You must write all code yourself in a plain-text editor such as NotePad. Any assignments that use code generated from a tool will be given ZERO.

Outline

Producers of the reality TV show ChefMaster wish to establish a website highlighting all the recipes featuring on the show. The recipes should include a list of ingredients, only one of which should be a main ingredient as well as instructions for preparation. In order to assist people searching the recipes, the producers want to include some attributes of each entry. Along with the name of the dish, ingredients and instructions for cooking should be features such as
• The name of the chef who presented the dish
• How long the dish takes to prepare
• Type of dish (main course, entre, dessert, side dish, appetiser, post prandial)
• Category of dish (vegetarian, vegan, )
• Recommended wine or beverage to accompany the dish
The producers will use contestants from ChefMaster Australia to establish fields and sub-fields. They want the information in a database that they can use when they include ChefMaster recipes from other countries.
The production team has invited you, as a promising student of The University of Newcastle with web communication skills, to develop a web based information collection system. It is your task to create and populate an initial set of these XML documents with information you feel will be relevant to them for their task. This will involve
1. Creating an XML document template
2. Compile a DTD for your XML template
3. Populate 2 separate XML documents with fields that will allow for relevant searching of the database
Details of all these requirements are given below.

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