4 Replies Latest reply on Oct 26, 2012 11:15 AM by regina63

    Layout problem XML

    nielsvmn

      Hi,

       

      I have a question about the layout when I import xml in my Indesign file.

      When I import the xml file and drag it into the page I get this:

      Schermafbeelding 2012-10-19 om 12.34.37.png

       

      I made paragraph styles (names are the same as the tags).

      Does anybody know why the text doesn't start to the left?

       

      xml file:

       

      <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>

      <news>

          <item>

              <Title>IceBridge Preparations Continue</Title>

              <Author>George Hale, IceBridge Science Outreach Coordinator</Author>

              <Date>14/09/2012</Date>

              <Intro>The work of installing IceBridge's science instruments on the NASA DC-8 airborne laboratory continued this week.</Intro>

              <Content>People from the Center for the Remote Sensing of Ice Sheets at the University of Kansas (CReSIS) and from Sander Geophysics Limited (SGL) spent the week installing the aircraft's various radar instruments and the AirGrav gravimeter. With the last of the instruments installed and operational, IceBridge is now ready to start test flights next week. Monday afternoon's schedule includes pilot proficiency flights and on Tuesday and Wednesday IceBridge will carry out instrument check flights.</Content>

          </item>

          <item>

              <Title>Preparing the DC-8 for Antarctica 2012</Title>

              <Author>George Hale, IceBridge Science Outreach Coordinator</Author>

              <Date>20/09/2012</Date>

              <Intro>Over the next few weeks the IceBridge team will prepare NASA's DC-8 airborne laboratory for the 2012 Antarctic campaign.</Intro>

              <Content>Long hours in the hangar at NASA's Dryden Flight Research Facility mean that the MCoRDS antenna and Airborne Topographic Mapper have been installed and all ground tests for ATM are complete. Next week, the radar and gravimeter teams will begin their preparation work.</Content>

          </item>

          <item>

              <Title>Q&amp;A: Michael Studinger</Title>

              <Author>Maria-Jose Viñas, Cryospheric Sciences Laboratory Outreach Coordinator</Author>

              <Date>30/09/2012</Date>

              <Intro>Michael Studinger is Operation IceBridge’s project scientist.</Intro>

              <Content>He trained as a geophysicist in Germany, his home country, before moving to the U.S. to take a position at the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory and then transferring to NASA Goddard Space Flight Center in 2010. Studinger has been studying polar regions for 18 years, expanding his initial focus on the geology and tectonics of the Antarctic continent to the overall dynamic of polar ice sheets.</Content>

          </item>

      </news>

       

      Does anybody know how to fix this?

      Thanks in advance!