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Re: CSS does not use the XML syntax. Why not?

  • From: Robert Koberg <rob@k...>
  • To: Thomas Lord <lord@e...>
  • Date: Mon, 23 Jun 2008 14:27:56 -0400

Re:  CSS does not use the XML syntax.  Why not?
On Mon, 2008-06-23 at 12:04 -0700, Thomas Lord wrote:
> An XML/XPath solution could (this is quite speculative) be a
> very interesting tool.   For example, given an XML database,
> libraries of styles could be associated with various parts of some
> of the schema present in the database.   Then, pages could be
> synthesized on the fly -- along with customized style sheets for
> those pages.   One can imagine systems that let users program
> up new queries interactively, on the fly, and then then render
> reports from those queries very smartly - composing various
> XML-ized style sheet fragments into a complete stylesheet which,
> as a final step, gets transformed to the syntax browsers like.
> Micro-formats on steroids, so to speak.

the kids are calling it ajax


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