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xslt for dummies
XSLT For Dummies
by Richard Wagner ISBN: 0764536516
Hungry Minds © 2002 (336 pages)

A comfortable way to learn XSLT and covert XML documents into HTML, and more.

Table of Contents    
Table of Contents
XSLT for Dummies
Introduction
Part I - Getting Started with XSLT
Chapter 1 - Introducing the X-Team
Chapter 2 - Writing Your First XSLT Stylesheet
Part II - Becoming an XSLT Transformer
Chapter 3 - Transforming with Style (Stylesheets, That Is)
Chapter 4 - Templates Rule!
Chapter 5 - XPath Espresso
Chapter 6 - We Want Results!
Part III - Prime Time XSLT
Chapter 7 - Adding Programming Logic Isn™t Just for Propheads
Chapter 8 - Variables in XSLT: A Breed Apart
Chapter 9 - Tweaking the Results to Get What You Want
Chapter 10 - To HTML and Beyond!
Chapter 11 - XPath Data Types and Functions
Part IV - eXtreme XSLT
Chapter 12 - Combining XSLT Stylesheets
Chapter 13 - Gimme Some Space and Other Output Issues
Chapter 14 - Keys and Cross-Referencing
Chapter 15 - Namespaces Revisited
Chapter 16 - Extending XSLT
Chapter 17 - Debugging XSLT Transformations
Part V - The Part of Tens
Chapter 18 - Ten Most Confusing Things About XSLT
Chapter 19 - Ten All-Pro XSLT Resources on the Web
Chapter 20 - Ten XSLT Processors Available Online
XSLT for Dummies Cheat Sheet
Glossary
 
 
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XSLT For Dummies
XSLT for Dummies
ISBN: 0764536516
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2002
Pages: 148

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