Dimitrie O. Paun
dimi at intelliware.ca
Tue Sep 9 12:49:54 CDT 2003
On Tue, 9 Sep 2003, Francois Gouget wrote:
> If the look and feel is set by default.dsl, then only users who have
> access to the Wine source and have DocBook installed on their system can
> change the look and feel. All other users must change each and every
> file manually (because default.dsl puts hardcoded html attributes all
> over the place).
> Cascading stylesheets don't require a server. I modified our build
> system to use one, winedoc.css, and all it requires is that we ship that
> file together with the .html files.
> Then users that don't have access to the Wine source can change one
> file, winedoc.css, to change the look and feel of the whole doc.
I think you are missing the point of separating content from
presentation. We should not try to "fix" the SGML tools, we
should provide the content, not force everybody to use our
colour scheme. Any site that cares about this thing will probably
have a customized default.dsl which integrates with _their_
site, not our idea how things should look. And that customized
default.dsl will either hadcode the colors, or use a CSS,
it's their business, not ours.
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