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On Fri, Nov 12, 2004 at 03:14:13PM -0500, Mattison wrote:
> Not that long ago I bumped into an example where an xml and xsl page made
> reference to each other such that if you pointed IE at one (I think the
> xml page) it would display the xml data as transformed by the xsl.
> Unfortunately have several google searches I can't seem to find this.
I think you're looking for the xml-stylesheet processing instruction.
This processing instruction can be used for associating a number of
different types of stylesheets with a given XML document, including XSLT
stylesheets (although the examples in the Rec talk about CSS). An XSLT
association might look like this:
<?xml-stylesheet href="/some/stylesheet.xsl" type="text/xsl"?>
I know this is supported in Mozilla-based web browsers, and I think it
is also supported in IE.
John L. Clark