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   RE: Can XSLT be bi-directional ? XML + XSLT -> XHTML -> XML + (XSLT)

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  • From: Robin Berjon <robin@knowscape.com>
  • To: "Ashvil" <ashvil@i3connect.net>
  • Date: Sat, 01 Jul 2000 18:38:15 -0400

At 14:54 01/07/2000 -0700, Ashvil wrote:
>The other part of the equation was the ContentEditable attribute in
>IE5.5 which let you make the content areas editable [2].
>I was thinking creating a simple XML editor which would let you edit
>some data in a rich content view like MS Word document where only
>certain fields are allowed to be editable using IE5.5.

In that case maybe you don't need XSLT ? Given that your editor can
understand style you could display the original data in a rich content view
using CSS or FO, allowing the user to edit it directly.

-- robin b.
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