Information on XSL (Extensible Style Language)
XSL (Extensible Style Language) provides for the separation
of style and content in XML pages. As well as
allowing a web developer to specify how a page is
displayed, XSL allows the developer to specify how
the page is to be printed. The use of XSL allows an XML document whose tags specify the
type of data (but nothing about how the data is
to be displayed) to be displayed in the way that
the designer intended without forcing the replacement of the original
tags with style-oriented tags.
XSL consists of two major
parts: XSLT (XSL transformations) and XSL
FO (XSL formatting objects).
Other topics in our resources on XML related to XSL include:
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