Displaying XML Data in Web Pages

Displaying XML Data in Web Pages

You can use Macromedia Dreamweaver 8 to create web pages that display XML data. Displaying XML data involves retrieving information stored in a local or remote XML file and rendering that information in a web page. Dreamweaver provides methods for displaying information from XML files, as well as built-in XSLT objects and design features that let you enhance the presentation of your XML data.

This chapter contains the following sections:

About using XML and XSL with web pages

About server-side XSL transformations

About client-side XSL transformations

About XML data and repeating elements

About previewing XML data

Performing XSL transformations on the server

Performing XSL transformations on the client

Applying styles to XSLT fragments

Troubleshooting XSL transformations

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