The following comment has been added to this issue: Author: Ralf Hauser Created: Tue, 14 Jan 2003 12:06 AM Body: Unfortunately, I couldn't find the place where the breadcrumb script is added to the html in either of the two files you mention - both do not contain the word "bread..."?? Also regarding the redundant trees, am I right that there is src/resources as the master? Then for batch run, there is \xml-forrest\build\dist\shbat\context Then for my project there is myProj\src and if I run webapp, it is myProj\build\webapp\ each with a redundant tree containing all the sitemap.xmap etc. and each being wiped without a warning upon a different invocation of the forrest command or - kind of hard to keep track of... ;) --------------------------------------------------------------------- View the issue: Here is an overview of the issue: --------------------------------------------------------------------- Key: FOR-15 Summary: supporting xhtml/css (as per in project directory tree Type: New Feature Status: Unassigned Priority: Major Project: Forrest Component: Core operations Assignee: Reporter: Ralf Hauser Created: Sat, 11 Jan 2003 2:03 AM Updated: Sat, 11 Jan 2003 2:03 AM Environment: 030110 Description: In order to use the sanity checks on xhtml11 and css2, I need html files to start with: ... The only place I found a reference to "HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN..." in the myproject directory tree was in build\tmp\context\sitemap.xmap which had no effect. 1) I had to change it in xml-forrest\build\dist\shbat\context\sitemap.xmap which doesn't appear to be the right place to me. 2) In which file would I have to change "DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC" to "DOCTYPE html PUBLIC"? 3) Where would I change "META" to "meta"? XHTML doesn't like caps. 4) The end tags need to be `" />` instead of `">` where would one change that? 5) Where would I change the margin attributes of the "body" tag? 6) Where would I change the attributes of the "td" tag? etc., etc. --------------------------------------------------------------------- JIRA INFORMATION: This message is automatically generated by JIRA. If you think it was sent incorrectly contact one of the administrators: If you want more information on JIRA, or have a bug to report see: