Hi: That looks great. Just how does the linking work? Thanks, Tom ---------- Original Message ---------------------------------- From: "Matthew MacKenzie" <matt@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> Reply-To: xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Date: Wed, 14 Apr 1999 17:12:49 -0300 >So far, I have only worked with displaying things in IE5. I am in a wicked >learning curve right now; thankfully people on this list have been kind >enough to answer my juvenile XSL questions. > >> If you want to see Apache and Perl working, I have a sample >> available at http://www.eccnet.com/xmledi. The first is >> a simple bookorder form that creates an XML document. The >> original version used an XSL stylesheet (first draft). >> Now I just attached a CSS stylesheet to it until I get >> some free time to create a new XSL style sheet for it. > >I will take a look. I am just wrapping up an application in perl that uses >Perl,CSS,XSL,and of course, XML. It takes a Lecart shopping cart database >and creates XML which is peppered with information on how to display the >page, for XSL to transform..(it is multiuser, so some 'storefronts' will >need to have a diffrent stylesheet, logo, etc.) It is pretty interesting, >and can be accessed at >http://www.cartnetwork.com/cgi-bin/xml/prod2xml-b1.pl?DB=newco for now, the >script is still under development..I plan on removing the query string and >using PATH_INFO to make the url prettier. I really love this XSL >stuff...thank you thank you thank you to whoever thought it up ;) XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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