PHP can use XSLT (you need to know the path to the document, or you 'create' the document in the PHP).
why not use the standard ways of processing the XML from CWP.
You're quickly turning into my knight in shining armor.
Not sure what you're referring to for processing XML from CWP. I've read the entire CWP document from FileMaker, and not sure if I'm missing a different way to handle it.
What I'm attempting to do is to modify the XML output to render an HTML page. My output is pretty easy, so I was just thinking I would apply a stylesheet to the resulting XML to present it the way that I want it to appear. I'm certainly open to any other ideas you might have as to how best to accomplish that.
There are three (3) common ways to use the XML:
1. raw and anything that can process it, including .asp or processing with XSLT (via PHP or ???)
2. using the FileMaker API for PHP with a specific set of classes that allow you to make the queries needed. This is noted on page 62 of the CWP, but not a lot of information from there, so I searched for the 'FileMaker API for PHP' key phrase:
an excellent article by Jonathan Stark - https://www.filemaker.com/downloads/pdf/article1_php.pdf
extending the FM API for PHP -
a tutorial that might help get you started -
blog by SixFriedRice -
tutorial on Lynda.com -
a bunch of books out there...
3. using FxPHP (can use various grammars and is just another set of classes to work directly with them) -
HTH, I prefer FxPHP, but have used all three above and also web publishing FM with xDBC.