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"Tutorials" links to from-the-beginning, step-by-step online tutorials which introduce this topic to beginners. Brief articles/TechNotes on specific topics should go in the "Articles and TechNotes" category. Method-by-method, property-by-property reference documentation should go in the "Documentation" category. Slide and streaming audio presentations should go in the "Presentations" category.
"Implementations" is for indexing software which is designed to perform the functions defined for XSL or XSLT. The listed software may be either stand alone, or components of other programs or systems.
"Mailing Lists" indexes the home pages for mailing lists you can subscribe to learn more about this topic. Where possible, include the "subscribe" link in the description itself. Example: _Joe's XSL Mailing List_ (link to home page) is a weekly bulletin about XSL-related news.
Sites which cover multiple aspects of XSL, including catalogues, guides, portals and surveys.
Please only submit tools (like tranformation engines, debuggers, visualization tools, generators and so on). Generic XML, parsers, schemas, B2B or ''other'' tools should be submitted to tools categories for those topics.
What tools are there available specifically for XSL and XSLT?
Please submit only sites relating to XSL-FO. General XSL, XSLT content and XSL tools should be submitted into those categories.
XSLT and XSL-FO are related as variants on XSL (eXtensible Stylesheet Language). However, FO refers to Formatting Objects, whereas XSLT refers to Transformations. The difference being that XSLT transforms from one format to another and FO is intended to be used in areas where exact output/positioning is required - such as in printing.
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