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Re: XSL and XML

Subject: Re: XSL and XML
From: Guy_Murphy@xxxxxxxxxx
Date: Mon, 26 Apr 1999 10:27:59 +0100


You are of course correct, unless one has access to the server-side, in
which case one might perform the XSL transformations on the server-side,
delivering cross-compatible content to both IE5 and Gecko.



xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx on 04/24/99 12:08:27 AM

To:   xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
cc:    (bcc: Guy Murphy/UK/MAID)
Subject:  Re: XSL and XML

If you are including Gecko in your requirements, then you can't use XSL.
must use CSS. The CSS-2 spec provides a quick but nice tutorial on how to
write CSS rules for XML - http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-CSS2/intro.html#q2 -. It
isn't really any different than writing for HTML except that the 'display'
property is neccessary.

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