Yea, it means learning another language. I could do it using Perl and the DOM now and it's fairly obvious just how to do it.

If XSLT can't do what I want, I wouldn't even try, but go right to the Perl program.

What does CSS do with XML? I know how to use Cascading Style Sheets level 1 for my HTML, but I've never heard of it transforming XML into HTML or otherwise enableing a browser like IE to present it nicely. Can you elaborate on that?


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