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The XML parser functions lets you create XML parsers and define handlers for XML events.Out of curiosity I checked the parser’s description and there I saw a number of common traits of most new, fast, and small XML parsers these days: no support for DTD (internal subset) and CDATA sections, limited support for character and entity references.View Profile This option only show for registered members and will take you to their profile page.Ignore Ignore option allows you to not see any messages sent by the person you have ignored.To mention someone in your message click on their name, then type your message and send your message.This feature will highlight your message to the mentioned person The screenshot on left show a private chat request The icon allows you to get to this page, if someone sends you a private chat request this is where it will show.Once I tell people about these problems with their choice of XML parser, some say they don’t care since nobody uses these features anyway.
This page "auto scrolls" the messages up to show new messages at bottom.
To get to this page click on "hambuger menu" button and choose "Chatrooms" option.
The page is where messages are exchanged and are visible to everyone in the room.
Upon accepting the request the chat will take you to a private chat room.
The icon allows you to get to this page, on this page you can view which members are in the current room.Besides the expected things like being able to parser elements and attributes as well as making sure they are well-formed, a conforming non-validating XML parser should also support the following: The internal DTD subset consist of the DTD declarations that are found in the XML document itself as opposed to the external subset which consists of the declarations placed into separate DTD files and referenced from the XML documents.Expat is a non-validating parser, and ignores any DTDs linked to a document.Manually scrolling up will disable the "auto scroll" feature.