You can choose one of the following three ways to load the XML data into the XML Editor:

Input Box.This is the fastest way to load XML data. You just copy and paste your XML data directly into the Input Box and click the Submit button. The online XML Editor will be launched instantly.

Open File. You choose this way if you want the Online XML Editor to read the data from your local file system. Click the Open File button a standard browser file opener will be launched which allows you to navigate to the XML file you want to work on. After you have selected the file, click the Submit button.

By URL  You choose this way if the XML data resides on a web server. You can load virtually all kind static web pages. There is no restriction of the file type as long as the data is well formed. The online XML Editor works with some kind of dynamic web pages. The dynamic web page that requires cookies cannot be loaded into the XML Editor.

Create XML  You can use this command to create a new XML document with just a root element. After the document is created you can add more elements, attributes, or comments by right click the element name.

Save updated XML data. You will be able to save the updated XML data as a standard browser download file. You original XML file will not be altered in any way.

If you have XML files on your web server and you want your users to view or edit them online, you can easily use our tool to create links that will open an online XML editor with your XML file automatically loaded.

The XmlGrid is a Web 2.0 cross-platform browser based data grid for editing or viewing XML documents. The XmlGrid runs on any web browser such as Firefox, Internet Explorer, Chrome, etc. It is very easy to use XmlGrid to create, edit or view XML documents. You can select one of the three easy ways to load your XML data. The XmlGrid will parse your XML document into the XML Document Object Model (DOM), then displays the DOM node tree in a hierarchical data grid.

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Online XML Viewer View XML Data without modifying it.

Online XML Viewer is a desirable tool to display XML source code or XML schema in a graphical DOM node tree structure. No registration needed, just paste your XML data directly into the input box or use the file open menu command to load the XML file from your local computer. Online XML Viewer does not have editing capabilities so that the content of you XML file cannot be altered in any way.

Online XML Viewer is cross-platform web browser based. It runs on Windows, Mac, Linux or Android operation system, any modern browsers such as FireFox, Chrome, Safari, IE.

Online XSL/XSLT Editor can also be used to edit of view XSLT(Extensible Stylesheet Language Transformations) files.

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Generate XML Data From xsd You can use this online tool to create XML data from a schema xsd file.

CSV To XML Converter You can use this Web 2.0 online convertor to tranform any comma-separated values (CSV), or comma delimited file to XML file. Options to specify the document name, row name as well as column, field or element names. Options to specify whether to treat a field as an element (column) or as an attribute of the row element.

XML Sitemap Editor You can use online tool to view or edit your XML sitemaps. Use URL or file opener to load your sitemap or copy paste it to the online editor.

Online XML Tutorials Learn the fundamentals of XML: syntax rules, tags, elements, atrributes and tips. We will show you how to use online tools to create, edit and view XML documents, schema, SOAP, XSLT etc.

Online XML To Text Converter Convert XML documents into text files.

Online XML Validator Check syntax, Validate XML documents against schemar or DTD.

Online SQL Editor for MySql Edit or view your mysql database online.

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XPath Editor create, test or evaluate XPath expression

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