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Anyone who know free XHTML editor, please give me a shout..
Thanks
Is there anybody who is RELAXing or TREXing. If so where you are at. I mean in a real-world at what point.
Thanks.
Corey,
Don't be , I was just look through. Your tutorial is quite descriptive, concise and illustrative.
I just want to make sure that for everyone who wants to try out could follow your tutorial smoothly and I'm trying to referring yours.
select attribute used to specify the XPath value where you want to get the item from. Item may be an element likes "/rootElement/subElement", attribute likes "/rootElement/subElement/@color" or grous of attributes likes "/rootElement/subElement/@*" or expression likes "/rootElement/subElement[@color = 'blue']".
It specification depends on the XSL tag that you are using.
<xsl:value-of select="..."/>
<xsl:for-each select="...">
...
</xsl:for-each>
<xsl:element select="..."/>
<xsl:apply-attributes select="..."/>
better understand to XSL, here is a good tutorial.
http://www.xfront.com/xsl.html
Good job, Corey !!!
I'm using IE 6.0.2600 and unfortunately, I got the message which says Your browser doesn't support XML.
Is there any other options that I need to configure?
SAX
- event driven, a bit harder to visualise.
- a lot more programming then DOM
- fastest and lease memory-intensive.
- can't back up to earlier part of document because it is serial data stream.
DOM
- tree structure with nodes.
- object base
- allow create nodes, remove nodes, change their contents, and traverse the node hierarchy.
General from looks like...
<jsp:root xmlns:jsp="http://java.sun.com/JSP/Page"
[xmlns:taglibPrefix="URI"]+ ...
version="1.2">
other elements
</jsp:root>

<%@ taglib uri="/misc/util.jar" prefix="util" %>
In XML syntex of JSP, declaring tab library

<jsp:root xmlns:jsp="http://java.sun.com/JSP/Page"
xmlns:util="urn:jsptld:/misc/util.jar"
version="1.2">
</jsp:root>

For more detail info, plse visit SyntexRef
Hope this helps!!
Hi Corey,
Here is good to have XSLT tutorial from http://www.xfront.com/
Good Luck..
Hi folks,
Can anyone tell me what are external, parameter, general, parsed and unparsed entities with relvent examples cause I am a bit confused: confuse with those. Or where can I get this explanation?
Thanks :
Both clear the contents of the buffer. clearBuffer() merely clears the buffer but doesn't throw IOException if the buffer has already been flushed when clear() does.
BTW, pls revisit the Policies of login name and displayed name when you registered. "Use a fist name, a space, and a last name. No commas or underscores, and the last name must be more than one letter. Obviously fictitious names or improperly formatted names may be locked out. "
Congratulation !!
Don't mind with your score. YOU ARE an OOAD(UML)
Under XML Certification Forum follow the Mock Exam Links.
Template base XSL use to create the rule of template that includes specify the template and apply the specified template.
It may be used to transform an XML document to an another XML document(filtered).
e.g,
<xsl:template match="root">
<xsl:apply-templates select="path1"/>
</xsl:template>
<xsl:template match="path1">
<xsl:apply-templates/>
</xsl:template>
In simple XSL used to create XSL-enhanced HTML document. I guess even in this trnsformation you need to specfy at lease a single template to get the required note path.
When you want to specify the attribute in the output HTML/XHTML, use {XPath}. This is the alternative way to get the value of XML note value using <xsl:value-of select="XPath"/>
Hi buddy,
For my suggestion, pls go to http://www.w3schools.com/.
Good Luck.