I guess you are talking about XSL/FO ... There aren't be any browser which
could support it ... you may choose between using CSS + XSLT, and to see the
result in a browser, and using XSL/FO, and see the outcome in a specific tool
... but not a browser.
hope this helps
matthew peck a écrit :
> I am trying to find a browser capable of rendering XSL. I have used IE,
> Netscape and Mozilla for CSS and HTML, but have had no joy with XSL.
> I am using XMLWriter and EditML to ensure validity and well-formedness, but
> cannot find a browser to see the outcome of what I have written.
> Thanks in advance.
> Matthew Peck
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