XML serving Websites

John E. Simpson simpson at polaris.net
Fri Jul 9 19:09:04 BST 1999

At 08:42 AM 7/9/1999 -0700, Satwinder Mangat wrote:
>Is there any XML website?  What kind of Stylesheet are they using?

Check James Tauber's XMLSoftware site for one example; it's at:
The site starts out as raw XML, transformed via XSLT stylesheet(s) into
HTML+CSS for display. Very cool. For information about how he put this
together, see his "XSL by Example" tutorial, at:

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