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Re: Conversion of existing web pages from HTML

  • From: Alex Webb <alex.webb@a...>
  • To: "XML-Dev List (E-mail)" <xml-dev@x...>
  • Date: Thu, 27 Apr 2000 15:25:23 +0200

rhythmyx email page
Kiat Soh asks-
> I am wondering if there's anyone who tries converting
> the existing HTML pages to XML and XSL.
> In an enterprise that has made considerably investment
> in producing HTML pages, would there be tremendous
> benefit to change to XML.
> Also for a typical web page, its hard to decide on the
> schema of the pages. Can anyone give me some advice.

Check out http://www.percussion.com/

The Rhythmyx XSpLit might be just what you want.....and it's free..

Alex Webb

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