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Re: Future of XSL-FO at W3C??


Re:  Future of XSL-FO at W3C??
On Friday 18 October 2002 2:33 pm, David Carlisle wrote:
> > A class attribute can be multi-valued so with a good CSS design you must
> > be able to get away with it by editing CSS files only.
>
> Yes but this means that you must carefully structure your XSLT to allow
> this. It would simpler to structure your xslt to allow the same
> customisation directly by importing xsl stylesheets defining appropriate
> attribute sets of fo properties.

Could someone remind me, where exactly in the XSL-FO namespace is this 'class' 
attribute (which if an attribute would be taken to be a XSL-FO property, 
surely?).

-- 
Ian Tindale

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