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DISPLAYING XML (HTML CSS XSL)
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Viewing XML through HTML ( XML data island: embedded) <XML ID = "xmlData”> <students> </students> </XML> <TABLE DATASRC = "#xmlData" > <TD><SPAN DATAFLD = "name"></SPAN></TD> student-embed.html
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Viewing XML through HTML ( XML data island: linked) <XML ID = "xmlData" SRC = "student.xml"></XML> <TABLE DATASRC = "#xmlData" > <TD><SPAN DATAFLD = "name"></SPAN></TD> student-link.html
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Viewing XML using CSS <?xml-stylesheet type = "text/css" href ="student.css"?> student4.xml
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Viewing XML using XSL XSL: eXtebsible Stylesheet Language
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Unformatted text preview: (more powerful than CSS) <?xml-stylesheet type = "text/xsl" href ="student.xsl"?> student5.xml XSL Styles are defined between <xsl:stylesheet> </xsl:stylesheet> XSL uses templates to translate XML into HTML <xsl:template match="/"> </xsl:template> XSL loop <xsl:for-each select = "students/student”> XSL value selection <xsl:value-of select = "gpa"> student5.xsl student6.xsl XSLT XSL=> XSLT(XSL Transformation) XSL-FO(XSL Formatting Objects) XSLT uses templates to translate XML into HTML...
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