My thanks for the responses and add'l information on stylesheets. IN teh
interrim, I've worked with css, and set up a link to one in teh head of an
xml document. It works well enough (save some quirks of my own choosing
in the .css) on netscape 3+, but ie5b2 shows me all the tags just as it
does when you open a .xml without a stylesheet ref. of any kind (I do like
that tag view in ie5b2, it's informative).
I'm figuring at this point i'm crossing out of xml to xsl list issues
and--if ther eis one--ie5b2 issues. If anyone knows the forum adresses on
those, I'll spare this venue further display questions. However, if ther
are quick answers to my q . . . I welcome them.
I tried a .xsl sheet madein arbortext and ie5b2 just supplied the source
of the .xsl in the browser-- not even the .xml it was attached to. So,
clearly, I'mm missing somehting with both .css and .xsl-- worse, though,
with ie5b2, however.
tyia, and a good week to all-
John Robert Gardner, Ph.D.
Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Project
Obermann Center & The Graduate College
for Advanced Studies
The University of Iowa
"It is ludicrous to consider language as anything
other than that of which it is the transformation"
- So'ham asmi