I want to Change the bakground of an XML document.
In HTML is used the STYLE attribute of BODY, What in XML
XML Documents don't have a style--the tags in XML are metadata wrappers that
give context to the data they contain. However, to display an XML document,
you can transform it using XSLT. If you transform it to HTML, then you can
still use the body.style attribute to set the background color. If you post
a small sample document here, someone will show you how to do that.
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"Omair Majid" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> I want to Change the bakground of an XML document.
> In HTML is used the STYLE attribute of BODY, What in XML
> Please Help
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