XSLT stands for eXtensible Stylesheet Language Transform. It basically will take the information provided by the XML document and transform it using a template into a formatted viewable document.
XSLT is a pumped up version of CSS. It is a text document saved with the .xsl extension.
To connect an XSL document to an XML document, this must be placed into the XML document:
It is very similar to the line used to connect a CSS page, but the extension XSL is used in the filename and in the TYPE value.
An XSL document will look very similar to a regular HTML page of code. In a way, it is. It is a template for formatting the XML information.
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Learn More About XSLT
Learn about data sorting when styling XML with XSLT.
Learn about filtering output with XSLT.
Learn about how to loop through elements in XSLT with the for-each command.
Learn about how you can use the value-of command in XSLT.
Learn all about XSLT templates and how they can be used.
Learn all about XSLT tags and how they're used.