There's a tutorial on creating client-side XSLT pages here: http://www.adobe.com/devnet/dreamweaver/articles/display_xml_data.html.
I'm not sure if it will work with a template. Unfortunately, XSLT is a mind-bender that tends to do serious damage to the average brain. That's why most people use server-side technology to deal with XML.
You mention that XSL isn't supported on your PHP server. What about SimpleXML? That's standard in all PHP 5 installations. Don't say your server is still running PHP 4. Support for PHP 4 was dropped nearly two years ago.
Hi there, sorry for the late response.
Thanks for the link and the info.
And sadly, yes, the server runs v4.4.3, i believe.
Unless there's a way to upgrade to v5 remotely? Just spitballing here...
Ok, new problem - I'm trying to test out an extremely simple xsl page now, all it has is a repeating region for each item in the uploaded xml...
it works perfectly locally... but if I try uploading it online i get this...
I've even checked to make sure the xml isn't blank and that seems to be fine...
have I missed a step when binding, or just in general?