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Re: Re: zend_form example

Michael Patrick-3
Richard Zygler wrote:
> What about just using XSL for views?  With the Zend_View set up the
> way it is, you could have the majority of the page using HTML and the
> odd PHP assigned variable.  Then when you come onto a table of data
> where you really need looping for record display, you could just write
> an XSL View_Helper.

You got any good XSL sites for an XSL newbie?

Michael
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Martel
Michael Patrick wrote:

>> What about just using XSL for views?  With the Zend_View set up the
>> way it is, you could have the majority of the page using HTML and the
>> odd PHP assigned variable.  Then when you come onto a table of data
>> where you really need looping for record display, you could just write
>> an XSL View_Helper.
> You got any good XSL sites for an XSL newbie?

http://www.zvon.org/xxl/XSLTutorial/Books/Book1/index.html

And w3schools.com as an additional help.

> Michael

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