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 +===== The <ncl> Element =====
 +==== Definition and Usage ====
 +The [[ncl|<ncl>]] tag represents the root of an NCL document.
 +The [[ncl|<ncl>]] tag is the container for all other NCL elements (except for
 +the <?xml> tag).
 +==== Syntax ====
 +^ Element ^ Attributes ^ Content ^ Parent ^
 +| [[ncl|<ncl>]] | __//id//__, //title//, //xmlns// | ([[head|<head>]]?, [[body|<body>]]?) | -- |
 +==== Attributes ====
 +^ Name ^ Value ^ Description ^
 +| //id// | It may receive any string value that begins with a letter or an underscore and that only contains letters, digits, <".">, and <"_">. | The //id// attribute uniquely identifies the element within a document. |
 +| //title// | String. | The //title// attribute contains advisory information.  Values of the //title// attribute may be rendered by user agents in a variety of ways. |
 +| //xmlns// | "http://www.ncl.org.br/NCL3.0/EDTVProfile" or "http://www.ncl.org.br/NCL3.0/BDTVProfile" | The xmlns attribute declares an XML namespace---in other words, it declares the primary collection of XML-defined constructs the document uses. The attribute's value is the URL identifying where the namespace is officially defined. Two values are allowed for the //xmlns// attribute: "http://www.ncl.org.br/NCL3.0/EDTVProfile" and "http://www.ncl.org.br/NCL3.0/BDTVProfile", for the Enhanced and Basic DTV profiles, respectively. An NCL player shall know that the schemaLocation for these namespaces is, respectively: "http://www.ncl.org.br/NCL3.0/profiles/NCL30EDTV.xsd" and "http://www.ncl.org.br/NCL3.0/profiles/NCL30BDTV.xsd". |
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