RE: templates/themes/look-and-feel - suggestions neede
What you are doing is very much within the mainstream of what XSLT is designed for. Just go ahead and do it. Michael Kay > -----Original Message----- > From: tpass001 [mailto:tpass001@xxxxxxxxxxx] > Sent: 12 July 2004 14:28 > To: xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx > Subject: Re: templates/themes/look-and-feel - suggestions needed > > Any ideas or suggestions please? > > > > Hi, > > > > I am using xslt to transform xml into html and other > formats for a while > on > > a project. > > > > The brass now needs a way to easily change the look and > feel of the webapp > > as pluggable themes. I use a central stylesheet for css > bindings, so all > xsl > > files call on this css file. > > > > What I was thinking of doing was pass a parameter to my xsl > files whose > > value would be the theme name to use, where theme name would be the > > directory where the image files and css files are located. > What this would > > involve on my part is to manually go to each xsl file and change > > > > <img src="../images/view.gif" title="View"/> > > > > to > > > > <img title="View"><xsl:attribute name="src"><xsl:value-of > > select="$theme"/>view.gif</xsl:attribute></img> > > > > where $theme=../images or any theme directory. and is an > input parameter > to > > the stylesheet, provided externally. > > > > I have been searching on the internet all morning trying to > see if anyone > > has done this. Maybe I was not searching on the right > words, but I would > > appreciate your thoughts on this as well as links if you > know of any. > > > > Thanks. > > > > TP.
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