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jagatuba

  • 4 years ago

Is there a way to use CSS to format my XML file so that it creates an unordered list when it opens in a browser?

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  1. jagatuba
    • 4 years ago
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    Here is a snippet of the part of the XML file that I'm trying to format as an unordered list: <sectionheader>Session 1-1 Quick Check</sectionheader> <quickchecklist> <listtype2>Define the term ‘extensible.’ How does the concept of extensibility relate to XML?</listtype2> <listtype2>What is SGML and why was SGML not used for authoring pages on the World Wide Web?</listtype2> </quickchecklist>

  2. Some_One
    • 4 years ago
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    do you mean this ? listtype2 { display:list-item ; list-style:disc; } try learning XSLT I think It will help a lot Good Luck :)

  3. jagatuba
    • 4 years ago
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    Thanks. I had figured it out a little bit after posting. I had mistyped the list-style property in my CSS file, so it wasn't displaying the bullet. lol Why is it always the simplest stuff that we miss? I swear I looked over my CSS five or six times and never saw that error. Thanks anyways. You get a medal! As for XSLT, I am learning it. Good advice.

  4. Gary_Ahuja
    • 4 years ago
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    OK

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