XSL is both a transformation language and a formatting language. The XSLT transformation part lets you scan through a document's structure and rearrange its content any way you like. You can write out the content using a different set of XML tags, and generate text as needed. For example, you can scan through a document to locate all headings and then insert a generated table of contents at the beginning of the document, at the same time writing out the content marked up as HTML. XSL is also a rich formatting language, letting you apply typesetting controls to all components of your output.
As an end user, I’ve worked with a lot of software and most of the software user assistance is far from great. Yep, I said it. And it’s true, Mostly. I realize this article isn’t going to gain me any more friends. I’m okay with it. But before you pass final judgment, please read on.
Drupal for Education and E-Learning is now available from Packt Publishing . This book covers Drupal 6, and describes how to build a community site to support teaching and learning. This book is designed for people new to Drupal, with no prior development experience. The hands-on, step-by-step instructions guide you through installing Drupal, configuring contributed modules and themes, and working with some of Drupal’s most useful and powerful modules, including CCK, Views, and Organic Groups. The book also covers site maintenance, upgrades, and backups – these essential steps, while not as fun as site building, are essential for keeping your site and data secure.
This section of the Online documentation guidelines provides guidance for organizing the structure of online documentation pages. This includes topics such as hierarchical organization, editing existing vs. adding new pages, separation of documentation for different Drupal versions, page length, author block, and page weight. In contrast, the Online documentation style guide offers guidelines for the internal page structure, formatting, and markup, as well as for language usage, such as italicizing, bolding, spelling, and capitalization. A note about the documentation scope
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Home Getting started with your blog This is intended as a quick get start guide to setting up your blog. You’ll find the complete Edublogs User Guide here . Getting Started Sign up & register blog Log into blog Use dashboard Publish first post Edit published post Posts vs. pages Publish a new page Edit page About page Change blog title Change theme