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Transforming an XML Document
This assignment asks you to transform an XML document into an HTML document using an XSLT processor.
In particular, you should transform pt.xml, which contains an XML version of the periodic table of the elements, into pt.html. The HTML document contains only a subset of the information contained in the XML document.
You should turn in the following items:
Send these files to me in the body of an e-mail message (e.g. plain ASCII text). No attachements!
Retrieving the Files
In addition to the URLs above, you can access the pt.html and pt.xml files from my public_ftp directory. To access my public ftp directory, use the following information:
Your stylesheet and generated HTML file are due by start of class, October 19, 2000.
As usual, please send any questions that you have to <email@example.com>.
Note: I made use of the Xalan XSLT processor, while creating and testing this assignment (on my Mac!). pt.html is an HTML file that was directly generated by Xalan as a result of running Xalan on an XSL stylesheet that I created.
© Ken Anderson, 2000.
Last Updated: 9/20/01; 10:13:22 AM