Re: Re: RE: [xsl] local extremums - is css

Subject: Re: Re: RE: [xsl] local extremums - is css
From: "TP" <tpass001@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 19 Mar 2003 10:19:32 -0600
> > > > I want to include the css as a separate stylesheet file. The css
> > > > file should be placed in the same folder as the other stylesheets.
> > > >
> > >
> > > It's bad form to piggyback an unrelated question on a
> > existing thread.
> > Doing that makes it difficult to follow the discussion. That
> > being said,
> > here is how to solve your problem.
> >
> > apologize for this.. forgot to change the subject line.
> It's not a matter of changing the subject line--when this message is
> archived along with the others, it may not appear in its own thread
> the message IDs are related to each other.  This makes it much more
> difficult to search the archives.  If you wish to ask a new question,
> reply to an existing message, and DON'T just change the subject line.
> on 'New' in your e-mail client.  Add 'xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx' to
> your address book to make creating new messages a little easier.  Check
> the list FAQ for more details
> (
> (Perhaps this needs to be emphasized a bit more in the FAQ . . . I know
> a couple of people cited this problem as their primary reason for
> unsubscribing from the list.)
> cheers,
> b. (I think all this snow is giving me cabin fever)
It was an error. can we let it pass...... you need to get out more.


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