RE: [xsl] newbie question: Multipple outputs

Subject: RE: [xsl] newbie question: Multipple outputs
From: "Michael Kay" <mhkay@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 15 Feb 2001 11:15:43 -0000
The theory is that you can have more than one <?xml-stylesheet?> processing
instruction in your source document, distinguished by the "media" attribute,
and the one that is chosen will depend on the client/browser/device

But whether this works or not depends on the software environment you are
using, which you haven't specified.

You'll probably get more control if you use the specific API for the XSLT
processor to invoke the right stylesheet "by hand".

Mike Kay

> Hi all,
> I have a DTD file, XML file and a XSL file for HTML output, I
> want to be
> able to browse the same page (the xml one) also from a
> handheld device.
> I can not figure out how to create the proper output for the
> WML file, (if I
> will have another XSL file, than how do I point to it from
> the xml file?  I
> can point only to one, can't I?)
> My idea is, the the user logs in to the webiste (WWW or WAP)
> and receives
> the right page.
> can any one send me directions, a reference or any other
> thing that can
> assist me? thanks
> Saar
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