|Chapter 13 - Gimme Some Space and Other Output Issues|
|XSLT For Dummies|
|by Richard Wagner|
|Hungry Minds 2002|
In This Chapter
Because the whole purpose of XSLT is to generate new documents from other documents, the transformation language ought to have considerable flexibility in determining what the resulting document structure looks like. After all, if not, why use it? Fortunately, XSLT does have several ways to tweak the result of your transformation. In Chapter 9, I explain how you can sort and number the content. In this chapter, I discuss some of the more advanced issues concerning XSLT output.