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From "sumit" <>
Subject XCSS = Sumit Sanwal, PCS
Date Mon, 16 Jan 2006 11:09:50 GMT
I am setting up a website using Cocoon and want to generate XHTML and 
use CSS to 
handle the presentation. Like everyone else I am being bitten by the 
fact that 90% of all 
browsers conform to the CSS standard, but the browser that 90% of the 
users use does not 

 I have been unable to find any references to much like this. I have 
spent about some time 
trawling Google, but XSL and CSS are not good search terms (they 
throw up too many 
results), and XCSS doesn't throw up anything conclusive, although the 
results do confirm 
that I am not the first person who wants to do this. 

The project JXCSS does the other thing, i.e. convert CSS into XCSS, 
but the documentation 
says that there is no transformation available to produce CSS from XCSS: 

"Stylesheets need to be written to generate and pretty-print CSS 
source code" 

I will admit to being reluctant to write such a stylesheet myself 
because I am already 
severely sidetracked doing this website, and I need to get back to my 
other tasks. 

I would be grateful for any hints on where to look. And if there is a 
Better Way, please 
let me know. 



Sumit Sanwal


Mumbai, India


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