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Chapter 25. Using Word to Develop XML Co... > Publishing Content to the Web via XS...

Publishing Content to the Web via XSLT Transformations

The XML integration provided in Word opens up many powerful and exciting capabilities for information sharing and distribution. These capabilities can be leveraged by using XSLT transformations to put the data in a form suitable for display on the Web.

Viewing through the Web would be a pretty boring experience if not for the ability to use colors, fonts, graphics, and layout to present the information in an attractive and interesting way. To support the expectations of viewing on the Web, the Word document attributes must be transformed into the corresponding HTML equivalents. Accomplishing this feat, however, is not a trivial task. You'll need to develop an understanding of XSLT style sheets, as well as how to translate the WordML schema into equivalent HTML formatting elements.


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