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XSLT: Transform Your XML to XHTML

The abbreviation XSLT means EXtensible Stylesheet Language Transformations. In other words, XSLT is transformation of XML document styled by XSL (EXtensible Stylesheet Language) into other format, like XHTML. It might look confusingly at the first sight, but reality is much easier as it seems. Simply said, if you have some XML document, this can be styled by XSL (EXtensible Stylesheet Language) as well as transformed...


This tutorial should summarize the possibilities of XML handling by PHP. After short introduction what XML can be used for, we’ll move to the PHP world and show how this web oriented programming language supports XML data format. I personaly don’t know anybody who doesn’t know RSS. But to be sure: RSS is an abbreviation for Real Simple Syndication and it’s one of the most widespread content...

JavaScript XMLHttpRequest Object

XMLHttpRequest is one of the goals of AJAX technology. But what XMLHttpRequest actually is, where it comes from or how we can use it will be the content of this short post.

SVG: Scalable Vector Graphics

SVG is a language for describing two-dimensional graphics and graphical applications in XML. SVG 1.1 is a W3C Recommendation and is the most recent version of the full specification. SVG Tiny 1.2 is a W3C Recommendation, and targets mobile devices.

XML 1.0 Specification

Extensible Markup Language, abbreviated XML, describes a class of data objects called XML documents and partially describes the behavior of computer programs which process them. XML is an application profile or restricted form of SGML, the Standard Generalized Markup Language. By construction, XML documents are conforming SGML documents. Website:

W3C Schools: Web Building References

At W3Schools you will find all the Web-building tutorials you need, from basic HTML and XHTML to advanced XML, SQL, Database, Multimedia and WAP. The references cover all Web-building technologies, including W3C standards like HTML, XHTML, CSS, XML and other technologies like JavaScript, PHP, ASP, SQL and much more. At W3schools you will find thousands of cut-and-paste examples. With the on-line HTML editor...

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