Re: Waht is the common minimum current script that run on mo
Hi. Was it an MS example by any chance, as it shows a distinct MS approach to using XSL. I think this is probably from historical practice with ASP page templates. The only reason why I raise the issue is that most non-MS sources seem to favour use of xsl:template over xsl:for-each (as do I), so you might want to look at other sources aswell as the MS ones. This is *not* MS bashing, as I am currently developing using the MS XSL implimentation. Cheers Guy. xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx on 01/31/99 11:05:32 PM To: xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx cc: (bcc: Guy Murphy/UK/MAID) Subject: Waht is the common minimum current script that run on most X Hi Below is a sample script with minimum capabilities (I took it from a tutorial). It is using HTML/CSS formatting object instead of XSL formatting objects (so I guess all actual XSL engines have this capability). Is this script running on most engines. I do not have all XSL script engines, so either authors of these script engines or users of these can tell me on which engine this script is working OK and rendering well in a browser. Thanx for your help. Regards Didier PH Martin mailto:martind@xxxxxxxxxxxxx http://www.netfolder.com [SNIP] XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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