That's a new guy question all right(not that I am a top honcho myself). To render an xml document in a browser, you need to transform xml tags to html tags which is done using XSL( eXtensible Stylesheet Language). To know more on XSL you can go to www.w3schools.com/xsl or to http://www.zvon.org/xxl/XSLTutorial . There must be a lot many more but these should suffice.
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> I am researching xml on the web to try to determine the feasibility of its use
> in our computer-based training. I can find lots of info on well-formed vs.
> valid xml, DTDs, even a bit on schemas. I cannot, however, find anything on
> making that ".xml" file viewable in a web browser. We are standardized on IE
> 5.0. If anyone could help I would be greatful.
Try at that web site www.xmlpitstop.com there are a lot of examples and tutorials