An XSL document. A stylesheet describes data transformations (or mappings) that are to be performed on an XML document. A stylesheet describes which nodes of an XML document are to be manipulated (using XPath) and which manipulations are to be performed.
Style sheets make it easy to specify the amount of white space between text lines, the amount lines are indented, the colors used for the text and the backgrounds, the font size and style, and other presentation details. (See Cascading Stylesheets)
a group of declarations (written in plain text) that allow you to change the presentation of particular features of an HTML file, without having to change the structure by using things like font tags and tables
An ASCII text document that is attached to an SGML or XML encoded document and that contains instructions to specify the formatting and display of the encoded document, or to transform it into another format. See also Cascading Style Sheets (CSS); Document Style Semantics and Specification Language (DSSSL); Extensible Style Language (XSL).
Your site's stylesheet, part of its Look & Feel, determines the colors and fonts that are used to format all of your pages. We provide a number of default stylesheets for your site, and you're free to add more if you like. This does, however, require a knowledge of the CSS language. See the "Look & Feel" item of your Content & Layout menu.
An XSLT (eXtensible Stylesheet Language Transformations) instance that implements content presentation for XML documents. The Wireless Edition transformers can be either XSLT stylesheets or Java programs.
A stylesheet is a separate document from the CNXML file. You can download it from the Connexions web site. The stylesheet defines how the document is displayed. There are two stylesheet languages: CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) and XSL (Extensible Stylesheet Language). CSS defines how a tag is displayed. XSL is a transformation and formatting language that allows you to convert an XML document into another type of document, for example, convert a CNXML document into HTML or LaTeX.
A file that specifies the presentation or appearance of a document; there are several standards for such stylesheets, including CSS, FOSI DSSSL, and, most recently, XSL. Vendors often have proprietary stylesheet formats as well.