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Re: `High-level' format specifications with XSL?

Subject: Re: `High-level' format specifications with XSL?
From: Kai Grossjohann <grossjohann@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: 02 Jul 1998 15:42:31 +0200
edt formatting
>>>>> "Hales, Lynn" <Hales_le@xxxxxxx> writes:

  > In reality, the information on how a heading is formatted is
  > there.  Someone else has done the work for you.  Recall with XML,
  > I can call a header anything I want.  Until I tell the formatting
  > engine what that header is and what is expected of it, I get
  > nothing in return.

The information on how a heading is formatted is where?  I want to
produce good-looking output without having to think about this
myself.  Just like with LaTeX.  Is there a Good-Looking-HTML-with-XML
XSL stylesheet out there?

I would be happy with a way to produce HTML with the usual <H1> and
<H2> as well as <DL>, <UL> and <OL>.  You know, the stuff that has
been in HTML since version one.

I would also be happy with any other way to achieve what I said --
producing good-looking output without having to worry about each and
every parameter, preferrably configurable from the client (browser)

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