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Re: [xml-dev] XML and CSS

I agree that the main reason for XML+CSS not to succeed is simply the
lack of XSLT-like features in CSS. And when you combine CSS with XSLT
or other transformation languages server-side, you can just as well
transform to XHTML/HTML and get the benefits of markup languages the
browsers and other user agents know.

When we come to think about it, it is also not exactly correct to say
that PRINCExml is a great example of XML+CSS. This system has to have
some mechanism of transformation internally, XSLT or some other
programming language.

I will update my "tutorial".

Jesper Tverskov


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