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Subject: Re: [xsl] Good Reference
From: "M. David Peterson" <m.david.x2x2x@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 19 Jan 2005 09:13:35 -0800

Hey Luke,

Good timing... I'm just finishing up the new design for
http://www.UnderstandingXSLT.com which already has quite a bit of
content built by members of the XSLT community including myself. 
We're using Jeni Tennison's Beginning XSLT as a guide and every other
XSLT title we can get our hands on to try and learn all that is XSLT
from the beginning to end (sorry for the pun :)

The new site design is nearing completion.  Anyone can view the
progress of the base template that I am using for several other sites
including XSLTBlog.com (which is the current base for the templates
graphics) here:

>> http://www.xsltblog.com/test-index.html <<

I'm working out the kinks at the moment but it'll be there soon.  I'm
incorporating quite a bit of client side functionality into the base
foundation in which I will be extending via both my own ideas as well
as community feedback over the next few weeks.  Have an idea?  Pleae
let me know and I will do my best to incorporate it into the
design/functionality. The "QuickView" section is the part I am working
out the kinks at the moment.  You can get the general feel for what
this functionality is all about now so feel free to play around. 
Please keep in mind that this is still under development and as such
there will be lots of little things that may seem out of place or
nonfunctional.  If you could hold your comments until I launch the
site officially and then let the comments pour in as I really want to
make this sure that the UI and functionality are up to snuff...

I'll send out an official notice when I take it live officially but in
the mean time feel free to roam around :)



On Wed, 19 Jan 2005 10:44:24 -0500, Luke Shannon
<lshannon@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I am looking for online tutorials and good reference books to build my
> knowledge of XSL and XPATH.
> Any reccomendations?
> Thanks,
> Luke


:: M. David Peterson ::
XML & XML Transformations, C#, .NET, and Functional Languages Specialist

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