A last-minute addition to this article was a JScript batch transformation tool that uses (most of) the techniques described here.
Before using either of these utilities, please read the disclaimers within the script files; by using these utilities, you agree with them.
XML: An Introduction (Second Edition) Course specifications Course number: 077948 Software version number: n/a Course length: 1 day Hardware/software required to run this course - Windows 95, 98, 98SE, ME, NT, or 2000 - Internet Explorer 5.0 or later - A text editor - MSXML Parser 3.0 or higher - MS Tools for Validating XML - MS Tools for Viewing XSL Output Course description Overview: XML: An Introduction (Second Edition) is a gentle introduction to XML.
It is designed for both technical and non-technical students.
DOMDOCUMENT.4.0"); // No asynchronous load: xml.async = false; // Loading the file from disk: xml.load(cur XMLfolder xmlselection.value); // Creating the new empty DOM tree: var xsl = new Active XObject("MSXML2.
DOMDOCUMENT.4.0"); // No asynchronous load: xsl.async = false; // Loading the file from disk: xsl.load(cur XSLfolder xslselection.value); Loading XML data from a string is a bit different from loading a file.
No files, no options; all you must do is to write a string that will contain your XML code.
Then, you parse that string with a single call of the is used to load a default stylesheet (hardcoded in a string), used when no XSL files are found in the appropriate folder. The actual validation takes place immediately after the XML document has finished loading: Figure 4: Save the XSLT output to a file.
Most of the methods I've tried so far have been accessing the rendered HTML instead of the underlying XML data directly.
For this piece of code to work properly, you'll need the following code packs: If you look inside the attached archive, you'll see that "Xbrowser" is no more than an HTML form.
You can see how to use it, and how the code works behind the scenes, step by step.
What's next: Students who want to learn more about XML can take XML: DTD Design, XML: Schema Design, XML: DOM (Document Object Model 1.0), or XML: XSL Transformations, Level 1.
XML: An Introduction (Second Edition) Performance-based objectives Lesson objectives help students become comfortable with the course, and also provide a means to evaluate learning. * Display XML in Internet Explorer using Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). * Use XML namespaces and create links using the HTML namespace.