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Subject: Re: XSL to HTML --> XHTML?
From: Patricia LaRue <pdlarue@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sat, 15 Nov 2003 17:28:04 -0800 (PST)
xsl to html
I'm sorry folks.  I've been cramming my brain with xsl
and xml for a week now and I'm discovering that it is
a BIG topic.  I have converted an Excel Workbook with
many worksheets into an xml file.  I created an xsl
file to display a menu of worksheet names with the
goal of allowing the user to click on the worksheet
name and navigate directly to that worsheet in a
seperate frame.  Our customer will be using many
different browsers, so at the very least I have to
make this xml display on the more popular browsers.  I
tried to run the code from Netscape and found that it
would not display correctly.  I don't mind doing the
leg work but I'm finding that there is so much
information out there that I don't know which
techniques I need to study.

Thank you so much for your time and assistance,
Patricia


--- "B. Tommie Usdin" <btusdin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
wrote:
> At 1:46 PM -0800 11/15/03, Patricia LaRue wrote:
> >I just discovered that my webpage (using xsl to
> >transform an xml file) must be viewable on a
> >Macintosh.  I think that means I need to convert
> the
> >output to HTML.  Does that mean I need to look at
> >XHTML?  Does anybody have any ideas?
> 
> It's not a question of hardware, it's a question of
> software.
> The Macintosh doesn't display XML (or XHTML, or
> HTML). An application
> running on the Macintosh may be able to display any
> or all of these
> file types.
> 
> So, what software is your Macintosh user using to
> look at your
> webpage? It's no different from PC users - if they
> are using
> 3 year old browsers they won't be able to make sense
> of XML
> on the web. If they are using newer software they
> might be able
> to view what you have now.
> 
> -- Tommie
> -- 
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