Todd Ditchendorf released an update to his XPath/XQuery/XSLT debugging tool.
Tag Archives: XSLT
I installed the experimental Atom Publishing Protocol Server in in my local WordPress test install. Posted a entry using curl to talk to WordPress. Used hAtom2Atom.xsl to grab the embedded hAtom from the Sandbox themed blog. Read the posted entry in NetNewsWire. Round trip.
During all this recent excitement about using hAtom to generate feeds, I’d forgotten that I wrote about the concept nearly three years ago when I was getting ready to talk about syndication at Seybold SF. While providing a purpose-built (ahem, Atom) feed remains the best answer, hAtom offers two things we didn’t have three years [...]
I hung out in the back of the hall at Wordcamp, adding hAtom support to the default WordPress theme. Photo credit: Scott Beale (Laughing Squid) I showed my work to Bill Lazar, who told me that Scott Allan Wallick’s new theme, Sandbox, available for WordPress.com blogs, has hAtom baked in. Well, that makes my work, [...]
A couple of weeks ago, Elliot Rusty Harold asked why don’t we embed XML vocabularies in XHTML instead of using microformats. He gave the example of his conference calendar. The events are in a custom XML format embedded in XHTML, and uses an XSLT processing instruction to convert it all to XHTML for display in [...]
Jeffrey Zeldman moved his “daily report” from hand-edited markup to WordPress. Another of the class of 1998 who’ve moved from handcoded or homebrew to one of the major blogging tools. Rafe migrated his homebrew system to Movable Type last year. Rebecca Blood switched from hand-edited markup to Movable Type at the start of 2006. I [...]