RE: [xsl] Critique/comments sought: XML/XSLT website documentation project

Subject: RE: [xsl] Critique/comments sought: XML/XSLT website documentation project
From: "Dan Sumption" <dan@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 18 Sep 2003 17:40:20 +0100
> > I've not seen any
> > examples that produce wireframe sitemaps similar to
> > the one at
> > which
> > for me was the most
> > important (certainly the hardest!) part of what I'm
> > trying to make.
> > 
> Dan
> You need to have a vector application capable of
> saving to SVG, there are few. If you have Visio, then
> you can convert VSD files to W3C SVG format using an
> external util like

Hi Sean,

I think you may have misunderstood - I wanted to (and indeed managed to,
after much blood, sweat and tears) create the SVG programatically. To be
honest, I've had enough of Visio to last me several lifetimes, and from
the results of my last couple of days coding it seems that I can "draw"
much better by typing than by dragging things around with a mouse. My
XSLT example creates the website map (URL above)without the need to ever
look at a vector application.

I was merely pointing out that I hadn't found any other examples of this
(website maps created programatically from XML), which I found a bit
strange as I'd imagine there's plenty of people out there building
websites who have the XML/SVG knowledge to do this.


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