Re: Using xsl:output in browsers, was: Re XHTML
On Tue, 20 Feb 2007 08:25:15 -0500, Abel Braaksma <abel.online@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
You got the wrong starting point: using PI is _not_ an exclusive to JS initiated transformations. In my view using PI can provide you with a rich html structure for the starting point and should use css for the presentation. This part does not even depend on JS. After that, you can use JS with or without XSLT to provide the truly dynamic parts of your webpage. XSLT when used via PI it provides an impotant _additional_ layer for the webpage. Its available in most modern browsers, it has no known security issues, it is working independent of browser settings, it runs before any JS, it provides screen-reader compatibility - this in _addition_ to the JS triggered transformations that are available afterwards for dynamic effects. What I want to compare is: PI + JS transformations vs. JS transformations
Best regards, Manfred
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