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Connect an External Stylesheet to XML

, 19 Mar 2012 CPOL
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How to connect an external stylesheet to XML.

Introduction

In this short how to, I will demonstrate how to connect an external stylesheet to your XML. First I will show what the XML code looks like, this will call in the stylesheet. Next I will show you a sample of the CSS file.

Using the code

First we we need to create the XML file, below is a sample:

<?xml version=”1.0? encoding=”ISO-8859-1??>
<car>
<vauxhall>
<model>corsa
<engine>1.0</engine>
<colour>red</colour>
</model></vauxhall>
</car>

Next, we will create the CSS file, below is a sample, the file is called mycssfile.css.

/****************** mycssfile.css **************/

@charset “utf-8?;
/* CSS Document */
car,vauxhall
{
font-family:”arial, helevtica;
}
model
{
display:block;
font-size:18px;
color:#C69;
}
engine,colour
{
display:block;
}

Notice that the following line of code in your XML file is used to call the stylesheet.

The XML was created and validated using Liquid XML Editor.

License

This article, along with any associated source code and files, is licensed under The Code Project Open License (CPOL)

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QuestionThe line to add to the XML?? Pin
Matt T Heffron20-Mar-12 7:25
memberMatt T Heffron20-Mar-12 7:25 

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