RE: [xsl] [design question]

Subject: RE: [xsl] [design question]
From: "Braumüller, Hans" <H.Braumueller@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 7 Feb 2003 10:31:43 +0100
Hi Brian,

thank you very much. Your explications bring me some new ideas. I am also not an  software engineer, and start 8 eight years ago with multimedia computer added design, after many years of making my life with visual art and poetry. Early from multimedia and a little excursion to Desktop Publishing, i started with Webdesign and Search Engine Optimization. Since July 2001 i am doing the interface to the browser/client of an huge software application for financial sevices for a company here in Germany. By the way, mostly erverything i learned about xslt i learned it here from this list. Every morning i read the posts i am interested and sometimes i post my questions and answers.

Back to the subject:

  That's similar to what we do, the difference being that your output code is
  inline, whereas we reference an external stylesheet that produces the
  javascript as plain text.

The match and named templates are also included as external stylesheets in my case. The difference that everything (also css rules) is still with the method output=html. Have you encountered any difficulties outputting snippets of Javascripts or css as html ? At the end, html is also a plain/text format.

  <script language="javascript" src="/trs/{$site}/components/common_js_library.xsl"/>
  ... etc ...
  So what you get is plain-text JavaScript ... 

Do i understand correctly after transforming your xml you get following html snippet
  <script language="javascript" src="/trs/trip/components/common_js_library.xsl"/>
and this is recognized by the browser/client as valid html and javascript ?

Cool, do you get it work also with css ?

For example:  <style type="text/css" src="/style/display_properties.xsl">


Hans Braumüller 
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