Using XSLT if you just wonna produce some XHTML-pages is kinda overkill. If you want to produce output for different kind of targets, it could be the right tool. But TT2 serves also well in this case.

If you don't know where to start and which tool is the right one, you can ask youself which tool ist the one you can handle best. There is always a 'better' tool for the task, but this doesn't mean that it's a better tool for you.

best regards,
neniro


In reply to Re: How to start making a database driven website with separation of content from style. by neniro
in thread How to start making a database driven website with separation of content from style. by BioGeek

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