You could use CSS online references; although almost all of them assume you are using CSS with HTML, you can use them to learn CSS and then apply it to your XML - it's not that difficult. Take a look at http://webreview.com/wr/pub/guides/style/style.html And I recommend you download this excellent CSS reference + tutorial in hlp format, from ftp://ftp.enhanced-designs.com/pub/wdg/css.zip. I could also forward it to you if downloading doesn't work out. I bought Frank Boumphrey's Professional Stylesheets for HTML and XML after having read his latest XSL tutorial, which I found very useful to get a first idea of how XSL works. I can certainly recommend his book if you want to learn a lot about styling XML web pages. I already did a little bit of testing in IE5b2 with XML + CSS. Most of it works, but one thing that didn't work was displaying lists as list-type. With HTML, you can use list-style-type and list-style-image to change the default list bullets, in IE4 as well as IE5. But with XML it doesn't work at all. -----Original Message----- From: Edward Summers [mailto:[log in to unmask]] Sent: Friday, December 04, 1998 3:37 AM To: [log in to unmask] Subject: XML display with CSS Simon wrote: "...An XML document can be displayed using a 'light' style sheet, for instance CSS, and become visible/styled while retaining its data structures..." Is there a good tutorial out there for using CSS with XML -- and is IE5 the only browser that can do anything with it?? Ed.