Re: NEED HELP ON XML COLOR
Thanks for your help. I found some information about a default.xsl
that internet explorer uses to display an xml file.
For instance, when I write an xml file, and click on it with explorer.
It uses a default.xsl with expanding and collapsing, what I wanted to
do to customize that with my own colors and etc.
Thanks for your help.
On Sun, 22 Jun 2003 21:12:35 -0400, Bill Sneddon <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Not quite sure what you are trying to do.
>You can use XSL to format XML any way you please.
>Here is an simple answer It meet the criteria above.
>I would need more details of what you are trying to
>acomplish to help more.
><!-- start of XML file -->
><?xml-stylesheet type="text/xsl" href="dumb.xsl"?>
><!--start of XSL file should be called dumb.xsl and in same directory as
>XML to work -->
>Bob Johnson wrote:
>> In internet explorer. I can view an xml file in a .xml format.
>> My question is. Say, I have <paragraph>hello world</paragraph>.
>> But, I want to have hello world to have say the color red. How can I
>> do that in an xml file. I want to be able to have the tags there at
>> the same time make the "hello world" red. I can do it in html, but
>> then I won't have the <paragraph></paragraph> tags there. I want to
>> be able to have the tags and make the text red. Can anyone tell me
>> how you can do that? And if not, why you can't do that? My first
>> guess is that I would need to write a plug-in to have that feature.
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