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  • abbreviation Abbreviation of XML Path Language.

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  • There’s a couple thoughts here – writing stylesheets in XPath would be great not just because XPath is more logical logical but because it would align javascript and CSS into a single language – so you have a single “search” language to access elements in your document.

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  • Recall your XPath semantics, if we ask for the string-value of that document, we'll get the string we want hash.

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  • Recall your XPath semantics, if we ask for the string-value of that document, we'll get the string we want hash.

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  • Recall your XPath semantics, if we ask for the string-value of that document, we'll get the string we want hash.

    Planet XML

  • Recall your XPath semantics, if we ask for the string-value of that document, we'll get the string we want hash.

    Norman.Walsh.name

  • Create an application (called XPath, for example) and a project (called XPath) in JDeveloper.

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  • - Titans "XPath" function was used so major thanks to Titan for that!

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  • His point is that they are innefficient and can easily be replaced using standard getElementById/getElementByTagName or perhaps by XPath queries.

    My Deal with CSS query engines : #comments

  • CSS queries also seem really inefficient and not very logical when compared to XPath queries, which is my favored DOM querying language (actually, I wish I could write style sheets to use XPath).

    My Deal with CSS query engines : #comments

  • To solve that problem, I had the program generate well-structured HTML with CSS classes applied to each menu item to handle things in a consistent way that was easy to filter by XPath.

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