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    I'm going to redesign my website, should I get a few XML books and do the style with XSLT or go with easy way?
    Thanks

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    Personally, if you use XML I would use a server-side scripting langauge to transform it into HTML, XSLT isn't very well supported browser-side. You can use XSLT server side (with another language like asp/php/jsp). Also think of a real reason to use it, I wouldn't just use it for regular static website.. it's a waste of processing power and time
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    PHP has a extension that lets transfrom XML into HTML, right?
    Do you think this are good reasons:
    I want to update the portfolio without editing various file.
    Change the "recent-work" area automatically selecting the latest entry.
    I can't think of more things now, but I know I will have more ideas.
    Thanks


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