If you are finding difficulty in viewing the output of an XML document with an XSL stylesheet, here are a few troubleshooting tips to get you on the right track.
- Make sure you have the necessary files, such as an XML and XSL document to get started.
- Make sure the XSL stylesheet is properly linked to the XML file. You can check the syntax of your XSL stylesheet with an XML validator to make sure it meets the XML syntax standard.
- Once the XSL stylesheet is properly linked to the XML document, open the XML file in a web browser.
- The XML should be rendered according to the XSL stylesheet.
Q: What is an XSL stylesheet?
A: An XSL stylesheet is a language used to transform XML documents. It is used to change how the XML is rendered in a web browser.
Q: What is an XML validator?
A: An XML validator is a tool used to check the syntax of an XML document and any associated XSL stylesheet. It is used to make sure the XML file is properly formatted and that the XSL stylesheet is properly linked to the XML document.