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- From: James Clark <email@example.com>
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Date: Tue, 11 Mar 1997 10:57:45 +0700
At 12:24 10/03/97 EST, email@example.com wrote:
>> [James Clark:]
>> | <?stylesheet type="text/dsssl" href="style.dsl">
>> | <?stylesheet type="text/css" href="style.css" title="A CSS style sheet">
>> As the naive content producer, I like this approach.
>Yes. When I mentioned using a PI in my reply to the person from
>Japan (I'm sorry, I don't have your name!), this was exactly the
>sort of thing I had in mind.
>But then, this is more or less what Panorama does.
>Of course, it'd have to be
>for XML, no?
Well, this is something that is applicable to SGML in general not just to
XML. Since <?xml-stylesheet is no more reserved than <?stylesheet in SGML, I
would rather use simply <?stylesheet for SGML. A general-purpose SGML
browser should probably make the keyword user configurable.
I prefer <?xml-stylesheet to <?xml-style because "stylesheet" is used when
linking to external stylesheets in HTML:
<link rel=stylesheet type="text/css" href="style.css" title="A CSS style
>I would expect the href to be a relative/parital URL, as per James'
>example, so treated as relative to the document containing the PI --
>normally either the DTD or the actual body.
Right. It would be relative to the entity containing the PI.
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