lecture11_inf201_fall2010

lecture11_inf201_fall2010 - INF201 Fall2010 Intro. to Info....

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INF201 Fall2010 Intro. to Info. Technologies Department of Informatics University at Albany – SUNY Original Source: w3schools.com Prepared by Xiao Liang, fall 2010 Adapted from Choi, Spring2009
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XSL XSL stands for E X tensible S tylesheet L anguage. The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) started to develop XSL because there was a need for an XML-based Stylesheet Language. XSL = Style Sheets for XML
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XSLT XSLT = XSL Transformations Use XSL to transform XML into XHTML By doing this, you can display your xml data in a more formatted way
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XSLT Browser All major browsers have support for XML and XSLT. Mozilla Firefox Firefox supports XML, XSLT, and XPath from version 3. Internet Explorer Internet Explorer supports XML, XSLT, and XPath from version 6. Internet Explorer 5 is NOT compatible with the official W3C XSL Recommendation. oogle Chrome Google Chrome Chrome supports XML, XSLT, and XPath from version 1. Opera
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