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Re: Using XSLT to create an XHTML document

Subject: Re: Using XSLT to create an XHTML document
From: Francis Norton <francis@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 04 Jun 1999 14:39:13 +0100
document on air rage
Christiane,

First, you need to put in a question mark at the end of your stylesheet
processing instruction (on line two of your xml file, eg
'<?xml:stylesheet type="text/xsl" href="XHTMLTransformation.xsl"?>'.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------^

Once you've done that you can just view the xml file in IE5 and see the
result as HTML. However what you'll see is just a table with headers, no
data.

If you then process the files with James Clark's XT processor you get an
HTML file which inlcudes all your data, and looks just fine when viewed
in IE5.

My experience so far is that XT is pretty damn close to the XSLT spec,
so I suspect that your syntax is in fact correct and that more compliant
versions fo IE5 will support it in future.

Francis.

-- 
Francis Norton.

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