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[xml-dev] Re: Separating content from presentation
- From: James Robertson <email@example.com>
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Date: Tue, 02 Oct 2001 18:03:09 +1000
> > Sorry if this is an old, dead horse on this list, but does anyone see
> > any substance in the supposed "separation of content from
> > presentation" feature of XML?
I am probably way too late on this
thread, but here it goes:
"Separation of content from presentation" is
not a feature of XML. As indicated by earlier
posters, this can be achieved in a number
of systems other than XML.
Instead: "Separation of content from presentation"
is a GOAL of any "content management"-type system.
XML is simply one of the easier ways of
meeting this goal.
The benefits in achieving this goal are
huge, as I have personally seen in projects
sthat I've been involved in.
As to whether XML+XSLT can actually be
used to achieve this, I'm less convinced.
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