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   Re: Mixing HTML markup with XML and CSS

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  • From: THOMAS PASSIN <tpassin@idsonline.com>
  • To: <xml-dev@xml.org>
  • Date: Mon, 13 Mar 2000 08:54:08 -0500

I think I saw an example of this in the demo material that comes with
Doczilla.  Doczilla is only in the alpha phase, but take a look at it if you
haven't already:

Tom Passin

Lisa Retief wrote:
> Hi,
> I would like to ask what may or may not be a stupid question, but here
> goes...
> I need to render XML docs using CSS 2.0 and a browser which supports doing
> this. The browser also supports rendering HTML with CSS 2.0. I don't have
> problem doing either of these two things. The problem starts to arise when
> want to use HTML markup in my XML docs for the purposes of displaying
> elements that I can not use CSS for - eg. <img></img>, <object></object>.
> think I am right in saying that there is no way in CSS 2.0 to tell the
> browser how to display an image like it would if it were an HTML document.
> need the browser to recognise HTML markup and display it as it would HTML,
> but in addition to that display any custom XML tags according to the
> accompaning Style Sheet. Unfortunately I can not use XSL for this. Any
> advise would be greatly appreciated.

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