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From "Liam Morley" <lmor...@WPI.EDU>
Subject RE: Plain HTML still not supported ?
Date Mon, 17 Sep 2001 04:31:24 GMT
Aurélien,
Two things. #1, if you have physical html docs, you'll want to serve
those with Apache or something rather than Tomcat/Cocoon (replace that
with "the server rather than the servlet container").

#2, The Cocoon sitemap allows you to serve different HTML pages
depending on the browser, by having different XSL docs for different
browsers (with <map:select/>).

Best of luck.
Liam Morley

-----Original Message-----
From: Aurelien [mailto:aurelien@fractals.be] 
Sent: Sunday, September 16, 2001 11:17 AM
To: cocoon-users@xml.apache.org
Subject: Plain HTML still not supported ?

Hi,

I'm new to this list because I was recently given a mission for which 
for the first time, I have to generate dynamic HTML pages. I'm putting 
Xalan to use now, but I wondered if Cocoon could be a better choice. 
But, especially, I need to create output in plain old HTML that will 
display on all browsers. Does somebody id Cocoon 2 supports that now ?

Cheers,

Aurélien

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