XML Web Part custom properties

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Note: You cannot view or edit any of these custom properties in personal view.

XML Editor (XML)

Use to enter XML source code into a plain text editor. Knowledge of XML syntax is required to use this editor.

Click XML Editor to enter or modify XML source code.

XML Link (XMLLink)

Specifies a hyperlink to a text file that contains XML source code. The two valid hyperlink protocols you can use are:

  • Hypertext Transfer Protocol (http://)

  • Hypertext Transfer Protocol with privacy, which uses Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) encryption (https://)

Note: You cannot use a file path.

To make it easier to edit long strings, click Text Builder Cc767513.ZA060472181033(en-us,TechNet.10).gif .

To ensure you have typed the correct link, click Test Link to display the file in a separate browser window.

XSL Editor (XSL)

Use to enter XSLT source code into a plain text editor. Knowledge of XSLT syntax is required to use this editor.

Click XSL Editor to enter or modify XML source code.

XSL Link (XSLLink)

Specifies a hyperlink to a text file containing XSLT source code. The two valid hyperlink protocols you can use are:

  • Hypertext Transfer Protocol (http://)

  • Hypertext Transfer Protocol with privacy, which uses Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) encryption (https://)

Note: You cannot use a file path.

To make it easier to edit long strings, click Text Builder Cc767513.ZA060472181033(en-us,TechNet.10).gif to the right of the text box to expand it.

To ensure you have typed the correct link, click Test Link to display the file in a separate browser window.

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