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Re: XSL query

From: Stephen Deach <sdeach@Adobe.COM>
Date: Mon, 27 Nov 2000 08:46:28 -0800
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To: "krishna kumar" <srikrish31@hotmail.com>
Cc: sdeach@Adobe.COM, jcaruso@bitstream.com, xsl-editors@w3.org
Krishna Kumar,

Unfortunatly, I do not have time to provide tutorials on how to use XSLT &
XSL-FOs. There are a number of books available, but yor best option may be
to post your question on the xsl-list@mulberrytech.com. This is a public
forum discussing the usage of XSL & XSLT. The participants are quite
helpful in providing real-world answers to questions such as yours.

In order to limit spam, it is necessary to register to post questions to
this forum. Follow the instructions on www.mulberrytech.com for signing up
on the xsl-list.

---Stephen Deach

At 06:49 2000-11-27, krishna kumar wrote:
>I am Krishna Kumar from India working in an e-business company. Presently I 
>am doing XSL based XML Project. I gone through your book regarding XSL. I am 
>not clear with some concepts regarding XSL.
>Can you please clarify the following things. I am in a crisis to finish this 
>project with 2 to 3 days. I need your help very badly.
>1.   Is the XSL is helpful to convert full book in XML.
>2.   How to call multiple images in an XML file. (We called multiple images 
>in various tags in XSL.)
>     example
>     <img src="  "/>
>     <img1 src="  "/>
>     <img2 src="  "/>
>     Is the above declaration is right or is there any options are there to 
>call multiple images.
>      One more thing is that XML file is taking images from XSL only even we 
>are leaving <img src=" "/> like this in the XML file. Please guide us.
>3.   How to call internal links in XSL based XML file.
>Please help me out from this crisis. I will be waiting for your response. 
>This is a great challenge ahead with me.
>Thank You
>S. Krishna Kumar
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---Steve Deach
Received on Monday, 27 November 2000 11:42:56 UTC

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