Integrating Multiple Stylesheets and XSL transformatio
I am looking for a way to produce an integrated environment which utilizes a series of xsl transformations over a single xml document to produce a compact, browsable view.
For example, in a typical HTML layout, I might have something like this:
+------+-----------------+ | | path | | +-----------------+ | | | | menu | | | | data | | | | | | | +------+-----------------+
I might want to see the end result of the menu: - top - sub1 sub11 sub12 sub2 - sub3 sub31 sub32 sub33 sub4
If I am at sub32, the path would look like:
top -> sub3 -> sub32
And the data would contain information about sub32.
Each of the items above would also contain hyperlinks with a script that updates the other views (i.e. clicking on sub3 on the menu would update the data and path portions).
I am looking for an example of this type of integration.
I have been working backwards at this point, and I already have individual xsl files that can easily translate a given .xml file into the desired output. But I'm a little lost as to how to integrate the xsl files into one cohesive environment.
If anyone has done this type of an integration or knows of a place I can start learning more about it, I would love to learn more about how it was done.
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