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Enhanced styling with XSLT

In the previous lesson, we brought some XML data into an HTML page via Javascript. Once the data's integrated it's very easily styled with CSS. That's one way to work with XML data. Another way is to use the extensible style sheet transformation language or XSLT. As the name states XSLT does more than style your data it transforms it. Covering XSLT in depth is beyond the scope of this course. If you want more details I suggest you check out Joe Marini's XML essential training here on lynda.com.

But in this lesson we'll use the technology to create a different kind of gallery than we did before from our existing XML data. To start we need to make a key change to the XML data file in order to make the XSLT connection. And that key change can be seen if you just open an XML data file by itself in a browser like Chrome. You'll notice at the very top of the line here it says. This XML file does not appear to have any style information associated with it. The document tree is shown be...

Enhanced styling with XSLT
Video duration: 8m 43s 2h 21m Intermediate

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Enhanced styling with XSLT provides you with in-depth training on Developer. Taught by Joseph Lowery as part of the Working with Data on the Web

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HTML XML CSS JSON YAML
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