This might be stupid question, but I cannot file immediate answer and I hope most of the people on this ML have dealt with it. With my old group of HTML files I had CSS file which I could include as server-side include. Now, when we moved to XSL, which suppose to replace/enhance CSS, I cannot find trivial way to define all my styles within a single file and include into each XSL file. If I add <style> element to XSL file, style is accepted, but if I try to include *.css file, which contains already defined set of styles, I get an error from XSL processor saying that document is not well formed. What is the correct way to move from CSS files to XSL file? Should I rename my css files into xsl file, add <style> element and use it as include into new xsl files? Or can I directly reuse CSS files as is? Thanks a lot for any clue! Shimon XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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