I cannot afford buying such a book. They are in u$s down here
and I cannot eat it after reading.
apologies, there is much material online for learning www.zvon.org,
www.dpawson.co.uk, www.topxml.com, www.perfectxml.com, www.xmlhack.com, and
www.xml.com are just a few....
No. I don't think XSLT is bounded on the browser, but
somehow, if you don't have MSXML in the IE in your machine,
XSLT would not be processed (at least, this is what I
understood from previous msgs, and which you also point out
in your last answer: "wherever XSLT processing takes place,
be it in the client or server, will require an xslt processor
to be installed".
well u could just generate the final format on the server, and give the client
html, XSLT is useful in both situations.
well, in any event welcome to the wacky world of xslt.
gl, jim fuller
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