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XML + XSL + CSS
Author: Pat Breitenbach Posted: 7/2/1999; 12:46:46 PM Topic: Syndication formats mailing list Msg #: 8087 (In response to 8077) Prev/Next: 8086 / 8088
Here's an introductory on where I think this stuff might go. basically you write your content in XML, convert to HTML via XSL and add formatting with CSS. Sounds daunting at first just to do a web log but probably people will create nice XSL and CSS tampltes for a specific XML-schema or DTD and you'll be able to use them as is or tweak as necessary. Then, hopefully your back to spending most or all of your time on content.
I would think a scripting environment would be able to translate the XML into HTML via XSL since XSL is IE 5-only at the moment.
ps sites like this that call themselves "SiteExperts" seem to undermine themselves by having such a cruddy site.
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- Re: XML + XSL + CSS, Edd Dumbill, 7/2/1999; 1:43:16 PM
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