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SobiPro presents the shown data in a XML document and uses XSL to describe how the XML elements should be displayed. XSL stands for EXtensible Stylesheet Language. The XML document does NOT describe how the data are displayed. These information are within the XSL template files.
Like CSS is the style sheet language for HTML, XSL is the style sheet language for XML. But XSL is more than a style sheet language. XSL consists of several parts. The most important part for us here are XSLT, the language to transform our XML document (into (X)HTML or RSS feeds or any other kind of output), and XPath, the language for navigating in XML documents.
Access the XML data in a XSL template via such called nodes. A node consists of a node path (XPath) and an element or attribute (attributes are starting with
With XSLT (XSL Transformation) you can add/remove elements and attributes to or from the visible output. You can also rearrange and sort elements, perform tests and make decisions about which elements to hide and display, and a lot more.
You will find the notes of installable applications in the description of the specific application in SobiPro Applications
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