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  • Subject: xml xsl web architecture
  • From: "Anthony Ettinger" <aettinger@sdsualumni.org>
  • Date: Thu, 23 Feb 2006 14:45:02 -0800
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I'm working on an xml architecture for the web, and would like to
avoid duplicating html as my own tagset...currently what I'm trying to
accomplish is:

Standard XSL libraries, ie - head, footer, menu written in xsl+xhtml.
at runtime, apply these stylesheets to an xml tree of the dynamic
data. ie - <userEmail>foo@bar.org</userEmail>

Previous xml architectures I've worked on convert <Para> to <p> with
xsl, I'd rather avoid this if possible.

Anybody point me to some examples or have any suggestions?

Anthony Ettinger
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