Home : File Types : TLD File

.TLD File Extension

File TypeTag Library Descriptor File

3.0 (1 Vote)
CategoryDeveloper Files


This file is saved in an XML format. You can view the XML structure and contents of the file in a text editor.

What is a TLD file?

Developer file used for Java Server Page (JSP) development projects; saved using XML formatting and contains descriptions of tags, which are used to markup JSP documents; describes the supported tags in a corresponding tag library.

More Information

A JSP tag is similar to an HTML tag. For example, a custom tag <loadData> could be used for loading data into a JSP Web page. The custom tag library would have a class handler for this type of tag and the TLD file would describe the tag.

Tag libraries and tag descriptors are included with Java-based Web applications. Often the TLD file is packaged as part of a .JAR file that is located in the /WEB-INF/lib/ directory.

Open over 300 file formats with File Viewer Plus.
Programs that open TLD files
Eclipse IDE for Java Developers
Oracle NetBeans
Microsoft XML Notepad
Other text editor
Eclipse IDE for Java Developers
Oracle NetBeans
MacroMates TextMate
Other text editor
Eclipse IDE for Java Developers
Oracle NetBeans
Other text editor
Updated 5/5/2011

About the file extension tld

Our goal is to help you understand what a file with a *.tld suffix is and how to open it.

The Tag Library Descriptor file type, file format description, and Mac, Windows, and Linux programs listed on this page have been individually researched and verified by the FileInfo team. We strive for 100% accuracy and do not publish any information we have not been able to verify.

If you would like to suggest any additions or updates to this page, please let us know.