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- Subject: Associating a Stylesheet with a Document
- From: "Joe Schaffner" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Tue, 30 May 2006 12:48:05 +0300
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I've gotten to the point now where I understand all the components:
XML, XSL, XPath.
I saw the following example in an XML book:
The stylesheet is named right in the input document!
I don't want to do that.
I'm looking for an out-of-band method of associating the stylesheet
and the document, and I was thinking of the http URL. It seems natural
to me that the URL for an XML application should point at the xsl, not
the xml -- which is meaningless to the browser.
A Lexicon of Ancient Greek Verbs
Written in HTML
Which I would like to redo in XML,
But I haven't started.