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Thanks for your reply.
> m batsis wrote:
>>duplicating the semantics of CSS in XML syntax, it should have been
>>using CSS directly for the same reasons XPath expressions are not
>>written as XML.
> Definitely, especially as by not having this one loses out on the
> separation of tasks that css has made possible in large web
> developments, not to mention that css provides a more efficient layer
> for the separation of content and presentation than xslt does, which is
> not a slam at xslt. For my XSL-FO work I have re-implemented this
Can you share your methodology? I'd be interested to know how you
seperate and reuse presentation info.