Re: XML + (XSL | CSS) ?
Jelks Cabaniss wrote on 15/05/98 15:56: >Who's going to do it? CSS is great, true, but for client-side only and with browsers that support it! We're actually XSL to work today, on server-side, selecting style-sheet depending on client making the request and generating output on the fly (and not only HTML clients). That's great, and I don't have to wait for browsers to support neither XSL or CSS 2 (that will take years before all browsers do). Meanwhile, whenever there's a CSS-capable browser making a request, simply select an XSL style-sheet that generates CSS. XSL spec changing? Hey, fine-tune the server-side program and everything is ok. For me, XSL is for server-side and CSS is for clients-side. See Sean Russell Docproc for a good example of server-side XSL put to work today: http://javalab.uoregon.edu/ser/software/docproc_2/ Francois Belanger Sitepak, Bringing Internet Business into Focus http://www.sitepak.com XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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