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> I'm on the other side; most transformations to do would have (X)HTML as
> output. No reason to do that when you have pretty good CSS2 implementations
> in clients like Moz.
whether the output format is xhtml doesn't affect whether transformation
is needed, that is a property of the input format and in particular how
far the input is from the css rendering model in the browser.
If your input is <ref idref="foo"/> in some document vocabulary and you
want it to appear effectively as xhtml
<a href="#foo">Equation 3</a> in <a href="#sec4">Section 4</a>
then CSS just isn't up to the job (I think). That isn't a criticsm of
CSS, it wasn't intended for that. This is the sort of thing that happens
all the time in stylesheets for document formats though.
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