Date: Sat, 3 Dec 94 10:56:59 GMT From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Tony Jebson) Message-Id: <9412031056.AA16201@ss38.wg.icl.co.uk> To: email@example.com Subject: Re: Style Sheets Lee (firstname.lastname@example.org) wrote: > If you're encoding variant readings in Anglo-Saxon manuscripts, you should > probably consider using the TEI guidelines and SGML, and possibly contact > David Megginson (who did his thesis in a related area, I think, under Toni > Healey at the Dict. of Old English in Toronto). I already know of the TEI SGML guidelines. In fact, the e-text is encoded using one of the many TEI DTDs. > I don't think it reasonable to ask that HTML support this -- although if it > should happen to do so, that's neat. I agree -- what I was suggesting was that a style sheet mechanism allowed HTML to support what I am trying to do by rendering an entity such as &e--; in different ways depending on the selected style sheet. > By the way, Arena gave me lots of > Failed to load image data: /icons/lows2char.xbm > errors &the text wasn't readable (even with my very limited knowledge > of Old English :-)) Oops, this is what comes of copying things from my internal company WWW server... this *should* work now! --- Tony Jebson (who obviously had a bad day yesterday!).