ARTICLES & TUTORIALS FOR XML DEVELOPMENT: XML Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) Tutorials, including programming of xml with XSLT stylesheets, XHTML, DOM, Flash MX, Photoshop, XSL, HTML and more.
CSS 1 Tutorial - CSS 1 is described in W3C CSS 1 Recommendation. In this tutorial selected CSS 1 features are demonstrated on many examples.
CSS 2 Tutorial - In this tutorial CSS 2 stylesheets are applied on XML documents. The text is written in pure HTML and can be therefore displayed in any browser. Each example contains one or more xml sources which can be displayed (and formatted) with CSS when the link View output is clicked on.
XSLT - XSL Transformations - Here you can find all the information about xslt-xsl transfermation and css..
Processing model - An XSLT stylesheet consists of a number of template rules..
Structure of a stylesheet - The namespace http://www.w3.org/1999/XSL/Transform is used to recognize the XSLT elements; elements from other namespaces constitute literal result fragments.
Patterns - The information about css and pattern in a beautiful manner…
Different views - A brief information about css in different views…
XSLT 2.0 - Here you can get information about xslt 2.0 and other related topics..
CSS and XML - What follows is mostly specific to XML, though it is worth reading, even if you are just interested in using CSS with HTML or XHTML. The standards discussed here will eventually become available for use in HTML and XHTML documents as better support for XML develops.
A new CSS tutorial generated from XML - The tutorial is generated from XML sources with perl scripts. Read chapter how to contribute for details…
Get Cooking with Photoshop and CSS - 3 Low-fat Recipes - Are you a CSS guru... but a layout and graphics newbie? Or are you a whiz at making great Websites using tables, but feel lost with this whole CSS thing? Perhaps you're a little bit of both… or are trying to be! You may have gone through lots of Photoshop or Fireworks Tutorial, and pored over even more CSS Tutorial, but how do you combine great graphics, layouts, and CSS to produce an outstanding Website?
Building Documents with XML, XSL, and CSS - The current set of web recommendations and proposed recommendations is starting to look a lot like alphabet soup. Web designers currently have to deal with XML, XSL, CSS, HTML, and the DOM. In this article, we demonstrate how these technologies are very complementary and will change the future of building web-sites.
XML/CSS driven Menu in Flash MX 2004 - Today we are going to create a menu in flash that gathers its content from an external XML file and has its style controlled via an external StyleSheet. This type of menu has many benefits over the conventional menu that is scripted purely in flash. By putting the content of the menu in an external XML File you are making the content management part of your project far more efficient, the same goes for controlling the style of the content through an external StyleSheet.
Formatting XML with CSS - This page is a simple listing of some of my favorite jokes. The data is stored in an XML file and the formatting is accomplished using nothing more than Cascading Style Sheets.
Floatutorial - Floatutorial takes you through the basics of floating elements such as images, drop caps, next and back buttons, image galleries, inline lists and multi-column layouts.
tableless templates - Here you can find all the information about css tableless templates..
CSS Examples - These are examples of artwork/layout/interactivity which I observed in other (non-web) media, and attempted to reconstruct using CSS. The original works from which these examples were derived are the property of their respective copyright holders.
Slants - This page only works with IE and Opera in standards mode. It should work in IE5.0+, Opera 6.0+, recent Mozillas, and Konqueror 3.
Bare Bones, No Crap, CSS Text Control Primer - This is a down and dirty, only the facts ma'am, very quick tutorial. Please understand that this is just the barest of surface scratching, but I am hoping it will kick start you to the concept. Once you have that, all the other info on the Web makes sense. I'm assuming you know nothing, because someone reading this may know exactly that, so don't be insulted if I cover what you have known for months...
CSS Based Design - Let me tell you why you're here. You're here because you know something. What you know you can't explain but you feel it, that there's something wrong with the web. You don't know what it is but it's there like a splinter in your mind driving you mad.
CSS Rollover Images - No Preload Required - This example aims to "real-world" the theory of using the css to create css image rollovers and to explain some of the issues I found while trying to make it work.
Borders in css - The border property defines borders for HTML elements. There are three components for a border…
W3C buttons without images - W3C buttons on this page are made without images using pure XHTML and cascading style sheets (CSS) that are not properly supported by browsers like Internet Explorer 4 and Netscape Navigator 4.
Advanced CSS Layouts: Step by Step - In Evolution of a Home Page Andy King threw down the gauntlet, challenging readers to duplicate WebRef's tabled (and fabled) home page in CSS…
The CSShark Answers FAQs - Cascading Style Sheets is a means to separate the presentation from the structural markup of a web site. By applying a CSS style you have the ability to keep the structure of your document lean and fast, while controlling the appearance of the content.
Alternative Style: Working With Alternate Style Sheets - Style sheets can be associated with documents using a list of link elements in the head. There are three different relationships external style sheets can have with the document: persistent, preferred, and alternate.
MacEdition Guide to CSS Support for Tables - Here you can get information about Mac edition guide to css support for tables..
CSS Tutorial - In our CSS tutorial you will learn how to use CSS to control the style and layout of multiple Web pages all at once.
CSS Positioning - To use CSS for layout effectively, it helps to know how it's used to position page content. This article gives an overview of the methods and rules that govern visual rendering in the CSS2 specification. It also points out some things to watch out for.
Coding - What is CSS? Why should I use it? Where can I learn more about it? - This article is designed to be a quick introduction to using Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). If you are looking for information on table-less CSS layouts, my page about switching from tables to css for layout will serve you better.
Styling - Even though it's sometimes recommended replacing the element with horizontal borders of other elements, I like using it as a section divider. This makes a document more readable even in older browsers that receive only pure HTML with no style sheet.
From Table Hacks to CSS Layout: A Web Designer’s Journey - This is a journey from six years of conventional web design practice to the way we’ll build sites in the future. Only it’s not set in the future. You’re soaking in it.
XML Training Tutorial - You will receive Unlimited Access to all of the XML Tutorial listed below. Your online training courses will be available from anywhere you have internet access.
XSL - XSL (Extensible Style Language), the new style language offers more capabilities than the present Cascading Style Sheet specification for HTML, adding provisions for formatting of elements based on their position in the document, handling of generated text, the definition of formatting macros.
Welcome to the World's Leading XML Data Binding Tool - Liquid XML 2005 is the ultimate XML Data Binding tool, supporting more XML schema, more languages and more features than any other tool.
XMLwriter XML Editor v2.6 - I've been using your product for 2 years now and I just want to let you know that I find XMLwriter to be the best and easiest to use XML editor I've tried. I have used other XML Editors, most of them either don't do what I want, or are far too expensive.
XML transfermations with CSS and DOM - As the adoption of XHTML continues to expand in web development circles, the inevitable question arises: Can’t we just skip over the browser-specific cruft of HTML and create our documents in pure XML?
Associating Style Sheets with XML documents - This document allows a style sheet to be associated with an XML document by including one or more processing instructions with a target of xml-stylesheet in the document's prolog.
Introduction to XML Tutorial - XML stands for Extensible Markup Language. The development of XML started somewhere around the 1996 timeframe. In 1998, the W3C made it a official standard. XML's derived directly from SGML, another document language from the 80's (standardized in 1986). The developers of XML took parts of SGML together with their experience from HTML and create a language which is not less powerful or capable, but a lot more structured and easier in use. Where SGML was primarily used for technical documentation and less for formating data, it's the other way around with XML.
Formatting XML the Easy Way - CSS - Whilst XSLT is the standard way of formatting data presented in XML it is also possible to use CSS for this purpose. The method is relatively simple and involves very little script.
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