sp.xsl lets you create a simple Web site that separates look and content. It gives you a navigation bar, menus, and text sections. It is easy to understand and to extend. Once you have defined the look of the site, adding new or modifying old pages is an easy and quick procedure. You need a publishing system that understands XSL and XML such as Cocoon or an XSL processor like Xalan in order to have your HTML pages generated from the XML texts and the XSL sheet.
|Tags||Internet Web Dynamic Content Software Development|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: Initial announcement.