Posted in Computers & Tech / How-To's and Tutorials / Programming / HTML, XML and other Markup Lan..
Author: FirefoxRocks Total-Replies: 1
First of all, you do not need to use server side XSLT parsing to read an XML file. You can simply specify it as a stylesheet using an XML processing instruction in the XML file like this:
CODE<?xml-stylesheet type="text/xsl" href="yourFile.xsl" ?>
Second of all, for a beginner tutorial, I wouldn't make it as complicated with attribute names and multiple templates. I mean <xsl:call-template />? That is definitely not for beginners.
Internet Explorer has the MSXML parser, Gecko-based browsers (Firefox/Mozilla/Flock) has a built-in XSLT parser and Safari/Konqueror can also read XSLT correctly too. You don't need PHP to parse XSLT, browsers can do it.
Posted in Computers & Tech / Software / Freeware
Author: chiiyo Total-Replies: 8
I took a look at Arachnophilia... it looks really cool, cross-platform too...
But I guess if you're a noob you might be wanting something more guided... How about CoffeeCup HTML? Back when I was still using Windows I used Notepad and Editpad, but this looks like it's pretty guided. And it's freeware.
To be honest though, it's much better to build up a good foundation of HTML skills. Try looking through the very well written tutorials on basic html over at the tutorials board (1 and 2) as well as those at W3Schools and HTMLDog.
Hope it helps...
Posted in Computers & Tech / How-To's and Tutorials / Programming / PHP
Author: harriko Total-Replies: 9
this tutorial is really good! im trying and starting to learn php for couple of days now and this is the best tutorial yet. maybe the first on php for me.
yeh its true that when you coding in html you have to repeat the same bliming tags to make a same effect as the others. hopefully this will help me on my first php based website! so far its only pure html and a bit of css styeling, and thats its. just beginning to broadening my horizon just a little bit more, until i reach my goal of learning c++ which i heard is very hard.