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"Sans-Serif does not have crosslines at the ends of letters"
I am not clear what does this mean
Secondly, can somebody guide me to major xml discussion forums.
 
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Zeeshan, San-Serif fonts (such as Verdana, which is used to show your post , or Arial) are simplier than Serif font (such as Times). Normally Serif fonts are easier to read, so they are widely used to print or show "main texts". Sans-Serif fonts are used to show short texts, usually headlines.
 
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apart from java ranch you can also try
http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list/
http://www.dpawson.co.uk/
 
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