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From Torsten Knodt <torstenkn...@datas-world.de>
Subject Re: Best practise for wml/xhtml site
Date Tue, 27 May 2003 11:20:30 GMT
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> I had a similar problem some time ago. Actually, using xhtml as a basis
> solves most problems.
> What I found trick, is to find a good way to describe forms. If I recall
> correctly, in wml the wml-cards and variables have to be used, which is
> a bit more complicated than html-forms. Thats why I found it easier to
> construct my own xml markup. If there's a nice way to do this with
> xhtml, tell me:-) .
That's what I also do.
When I have some new form of information to display, I look at my existing 
markup. Sometimes I refactor what I have, sometimes I do something new. I 
think this is the right way of using cocoon and xml. The navigation part and 
others are always the same. Only bad is, that you can't select pipeline 
fragments by the current doctype.

Regards
	Torsten
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