Java library that provides an XML/XHTML/CSS 2.1 Renderer
Descriptionxhtmlrender is an XML/CSS renderer, which means it takes XML files as input, applies formatting and styling using CSS, and generates a rendered representation of that XML as output. The output may go to the screen (in a GUI), to an image or to a PDF file. The main target for content is XHTML 1.0 (strict), an XML document format that standardizes HTML. However, xhtmlrenderer accepts any well-formed XML for rendering as long as CSS is provided that tells how to lay it out. In the case of XHTML, default stylesheets are provided out of the box and packaged within the library.
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