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From Colin Paul Adams <>
Subject Re: CForms
Date Mon, 28 Jun 2004 14:35:08 GMT
>>>>> "Tim" == Tim Larson <> writes:

    Tim> On Mon, Jun 28, 2004 at 02:40:36PM +0100, Colin Paul Adams
    Tim> wrote:
    >> In the documentation for FormsTemplateTransformer, it says:
    >> "These widget-XML-descriptions will then typically be
    >> translated to HTML by an XSLT. This XSLT is then however not
    >> form-specific, as it simply needs to know how to translate
    >> individual widgets to HTML, and does not have to create the
    >> complete page layout. CForms contains just such an XSLT so you
    >> don't have to write it yourself (except if you need to do heavy
    >> customisation)."
    >> Where and what is this XSLT?

    Tim> In the sitemap for the sample forms:
    Tim> C:\tdl\live\repo\cocoon\cocoon-2.1\src\blocks\forms\samples\sitemap.xmap
    Tim> you will see transformer lines like this: <map:transform
    Tim> src="resources/forms-samples-styling.xsl"/> that refer to the
    Tim> stylesheets here:
    Tim> cocoon-2.1\src\blocks\forms\samples\resources

    Tim> HTH, --Tim Larson

Not really Tim.
I saw all those.
But they seem to be samples, specific to the specific examples.
At least, that is how I read them.

The documentation was saying you DON'T have to write individual
stylesheets for each form.
If that is correct, then what stylesheet DO you use?
Colin Paul Adams
Preston Lancashire

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