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Hello Friends,
Happy New Year,
I am new to XMl and XSLT i have to develop an xsl file which can transform an xml file to html file. The main thing is that in my xml file i am not using any custom tags(only html tags). Is there any xsl file already available for this purpose. Please let me know. Because i dont think it is feasible to write templates for all the html tags.
Thanks in advance
[ January 04, 2003: Message edited by: Prakash Dwivedi ]
 
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So you need to transform HTML to HTML? Could you give some examples of which HTML tags should be mapped to which? Why not just show input HTML "as is"?
 
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Well, we will have our custom tags also along with standard html tags, but what i want to do is define xls file for our own tags only and import xls for standard html tags.
something what we do in jsp, when we make our custom tags and we define tag handlers for our custom tags only and not for standard tags. i think my question is more clear now.
 
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