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From stev...@outerthought.org
Subject [WIKI-UPDATE] ChaperonTestPage ThePyramidModel Fri Mar 28 14:00:03 2003
Date Fri, 28 Mar 2003 13:00:03 GMT
Page: http://wiki.cocoondev.org/Wiki.jsp?page=ChaperonTestPage , version: 8 on Fri Mar 28 12:46:22
2003 by BertrandDelacretaz

- -- 1.HEADINGS --
? -

+ - 1.HEADINGS --
- ! Test 1.1 Small heading
+ Test 1.1 headings in the usual order (from big to small): below you should see 3 headings,
big, medium, small:
- !! Test 1.2 Medium-sized heading
+ !!! big heading #1
- !!! Test 1.3 Big heading
+ !! medium heading #1
- text in-between headings.
+ ! small heading #1
- ! Test 1.4 Small heading with non-heading text before and after
+ Test 1.2 same headings with text in-between
- text in-between headings.
+ !!! big heading #2
+ Text after big heading.
- !! Test 1.5 Medium-sized heading with non-heading text before and after
+ !! medium heading #2
+ Text after medium heading.
- text in-between headings.
+ ! small heading #2
+ Text after small heading.
+ !!! new big heading
+ The above heading starts a new section in the xdocs version of this document.
- !!! Test 1.6 Big heading with non-heading text before and after
- 
- text in-between headings.
+ Test 5.3 A link to another wiki site [Text formatting rules|ChaperonTestPage].
+ 
- 


Page: http://wiki.cocoondev.org/Wiki.jsp?page=ThePyramidModel , version: 7 on Fri Mar 28 12:43:56
2003 by 212.202.224.122

- The pyramid structure drives some of the design decisions. For example the Cocoon Processing
Instructions, and the W3C XML Stylesheet PI were both discarded because they mix content and
style, i.e. the style is referred to from the content even if it's not explicitly styled.
These associations are now made through the [sitemap]
+ The __pyramid structure__ drives some of the design decisions. For example the Cocoon Processing
Instructions, and the W3C XML Stylesheet PI were both discarded because they mix content and
style, i.e. the style is referred to from the content even if it's not explicitly styled.
These associations are now made through the [sitemap]
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