Xmltr is a suite for UserLand Frontier. You can use xmltr to translate documents marked up with Extensible Markup Language (xml) into alternate representations such as HTML for publication on the web via the Frontier Web Site Framework or to a tool-specific markup language for print publication.
Table of Contents
Quickstart The Five Steps to Use Xmltr
Summary of Scripts and Parameters
More on XSL
Documents in PDF Format
The text of this web site is also provided in pdf format for easy off-line reading and reference. You can download it separately from the sidebar button Docs in PDF or as part of xmltr suite archive from the QuickStart page.
The pdf document was produced from the same xml source files which generated this web site. They were translated using xmltr into markup for a print-formatting system (PageMaker), printed to PostScript and then distilled into pdf.
About the Author
Paul Howson is a design and publishing specialist with over 20 years experience in the industry, ranging from traditional typesetting and manual production systems through to electronic and internet publishing. He has also worked professionally as a programmer for a number of years.
Currently he is principal of The Design Group Qld a graphic design, print and web site publishing company in Queensland, Australia.
Website built using Frontier and xmltr. Documentation also available in pdf format for offline reading. Copyright The Design Group Qld 2000. This page last updated Tue, 7 Nov 2000