At 04:14 PM 7/30/1999 +0530, Sajid Rehman wrote:
> I'm very new to XML. I want to know if there is a Netscape
>equivalent of MSXML in IE. Can I use MSXML itself ?
> What I'm trying to do is parse XML data & then using DHTML change
>the way the XML data is rendered on the HTML page. This is to be done for
To my knowledge (and I'd love to find out otherwise!), Netscape/Mozilla
haven't yet even begun to work on, maybe even consider, XSL support.
For cross-browser support of XML -- especially if you want the pages
generated dynamically -- the best option for now is to translate the XML to
HTML on the fly, server-side. The simplest way to do this is with an XSLT
processor installed on the server. Of course, the term "simplest" means
different things to different people!
John E. Simpson
Just XML (ISBN 0-13-943417-8)
Available now from Prentice Hall PTR