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From Tony Collen <colle...@umn.edu>
Subject Re: Document Content Format
Date Sat, 06 Dec 2003 01:11:25 GMT
Alain Javier Guarnieri del Gesu wrote:

> I'm about to get started with Cocoon in ernest, I'll be using it
> for my web site. I'm trying to figure out what sort of XML document
> to write. Currently I'm writing out a simple format that models blog
> entrys. The side bar links and header are hard coded into my single
> XSLT transform. My side is only a single page right now.
> 
> I am aware of DocBook, but it looks horribly complex, and it doesn't
> express web navigation.
> 
> What do you all recommend? Is there a common schema for blogging? Is
> there a schema for free-formed content? Is there a schema for
> specifying a web page layout? Do people just roll their own?
> 
> I'd love to be able to separate my blog, from my software
> documentation, from my navigation.
> 
> Thank you for your insight.
> 


Cocoon uses a format called, appropriately enough, "Document".  1.2 is 
the latest, I think.  Scope out the src/documentation/xdocs directory 
for examples.  That should get you started down the right path.


Regards,
Tony


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