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XSL and XSLT

We introduced the idea of style sheets in Chapter 8, when we looked at Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). Like CSS, the Extensible Stylesheet Language (XSL) is a language for defining and expressing style sheets. In fact, whereas CSS is often considered the style sheet of HTML (although, as we've seen, CSS works fine with SVG, a subset of XML), XSL is considered the style sheet of XML. However, that is a misleading comparison, because XSL is much more than a style sheet language.

XSL is actually a collection of three W3C specifications. The three specifications are:


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