Full documentation for Xport is provided in Xport's download in the form of a chm file. This documentation is also available seperately in the download below. For non-windows users, there is also a web help documentation download available. Both forms of documentation are the same, just in a different format.
The documentation contain detailed information on the entire library and for each interface operation for all interface classes. Examples are given for each operation, and includes hundreds of examples to get you started in using Xport to generate you're your own xhtml documents.
The documentation is carefully organized to help you find the topics you're most interested in. From getting a general understanding of what the library can do, to finding the details on a specific class operation, you'll be able to quickly find you're answers.