Introduction to XSL
Max Froumentin - W3C
This tutorial introduces the Extensible Stylesheet Language (XSL), a W3C specification that allows visual formatting of XML documents. XSL is made of two components: XSLT, a language for transforming XML documents, and Formatting Objects, a powerful vocabulary for specifying formatting semantics, including mixed writing modes and other internationalization features. The combination of XSLT and FO allows complex rendering of XML documents on a wide range of output devices. The tutorial provides the basics of XSL stylesheet writing and will demonstrate existing implementations.
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