Re: xsl:fo in web browsers
> > > > Also, isn't it handy to have just one stylesheet for different media
I've done a fair bit of coding for both the web and paper, and I can confirm that the formatting for different media is generally very different.
While a reasonably amount of the overall structure of the formatting code is "similar", when it comes down to it, the overlap of stylesheet code between web and paper is 25-50%, no more.
(This is based on using Omnimark, not XSLT.)
I would never try and use the same code for different outputs.
(I would also never associate a single stylesheet directly with an XML file.)
Hope this helps,
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