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Need to use JavaScript with XSL stylesheets to perform a DHTML type of operation?

Is it necessary to use JavaScript with XSL stylesheets if you want to perform a DHTML type of operation on an input form comprising of radio buttons or checkboxes, which does not lose the users inputs, but marks certain radio buttons/checkboxes by highlighting or colouring? If not, how easy is it to do this kind of thing within XSL only?
It can be done with XSL only (i.e. server side) but requires setting default values for buttons/checkboxes in the generated HTML.

The advantage of doing it that way is that your app is less dependent on browser versions. The disadvantage is more complex server-side processing.

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