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From Tsoloane Moahloli <tsolo...@zen.co.za>
Subject Re: HTML and XSL
Date Tue, 18 Jul 2000 07:22:22 GMT
hmmm, 

We get dreamweaver produced html from designers, we then run it through tidy, a
little proggy we downloaded from w3c.org and voila we xml-standard-aware html,
we have found that this immensely increases the speed with which sites can go
live
On 18-Jul-2000 Jari Aarniala wrote:
> Our designer comes up with layouts (as photoshop images) after which the
> xsl-pages are hand-coded to fit the design. In my opinion hand-coding is the
> way to go, you won't get any of that Frontpage -extension stuff etc. to your
> code that may cause problems in different browsers running on different
> operating systems. Besides I don't think Dreamweaver or Frontpage can
> produce xml-standard-aware code, i.e. line breaks as <br/>, not <br> etc.
> 
>     Jari
> 
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Nägeli Margrit <margrit.naegeli@ecofin.ch>
> To: <cocoon-users@xml.apache.org>
> Sent: Tuesday, July 18, 2000 10:04 AM
> Subject: RE: HTML and XSL
> 
> 
>: Good question! I dread the moment when I have to tell our web designer
> that
>: he will now have to style his pages in XSL instead of Dreamweaver.
>:
>: Maybe this should be a faq: "How do I tell my designer ...?" ;)
>:
>: maggie
>:
>: -----Original Message-----
>: From: Isidoro Martinez [mailto:isidoro.martinez@expandedmedia.be]
>: Sent: Tuesday, July 18, 2000 8:55 AM
>: To: cocoon-users@xml.apache.org
>: Subject: HTML and XSL
>:
>:
>: Hi,
>:
>: I am new in this thing of Cocoon, event though I have some experience
>: with servlets, JSP,...
>: Maybe this is not the best place to make my questions, but I would
>: reallyb apreciate any help :-)
>:
>: Ok, I can write my XSP and produce pretty XM files with all my data. In
>: the other hand, I
>: have a lot of fancy HTML editors that allow me to create nice layouts.
>: So, I would need to
>: define a XSL to transform my XML in my final HTML file. The question is:
>: if I can produce
>: easily the HTML, how can I obtain the XSL file? I guess somebody will
>: tell me that I should
>: start working with the XSL file and forget the HTML file. In this case,
>: do they exist visual tools
>: to make those design as in HTML?
>:
>: Thanks a lot,
>:
>: Isi,
>:
>:
>:
>:
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Tsoloane Moahloli
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tsoloane@zen.co.za   tel:(011) 706-7504

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