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From: Vitaveska Lanfranchi <vitaveska@yahoo.it>
Date: Thu, 15 Jun 2000 23:49:21 +0200 (CEST)
Message-ID: <20000615214921.25525.qmail@web703.mail.yahoo.com>
To: Scott Priddy <spriddy@Globeset.com>
Cc: www-mobile@w3.org
Thank you very much for your fast answer.
I've to deal with WAP phones an Wireless Palm.
My teacher has suggested me to do everiything in XHTMl
but i still don't understand how could it help me.
Probably it's because i've haven't studied it so much.
Could you please suggest me a book about XSLT (or it's
better follow W3C specifichs?)
Thank you again

--- Scott Priddy <spriddy@Globeset.com> ha scritto: > 
> You're last two ideas seem like the best path.
> i.e. have markup language independent source in XML,
> through some XSL
> transforms you can add in the markup tags for the
> different devices... 
> What devices/markup languages are you targeting? WAP
> phones, iMode Phones,
> Wireless Palm (VII), wml/hdml/html?
> Sounds fun!
> -Scott Priddy
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Vitaveska Lanfranchi
> [mailto:vitaveska@yahoo.it]
> Sent: Thursday, June 15, 2000 4:29 PM
> To: www-mobile@w3.org
> Subject: XHTML and XSLT?
> Hi,
> could i please ask you some questions?
> For my degree i've to create a site in which every
> page could be seen from different mobile devices.
> My problems are:
> - a WAP cell phone could see a XHTML page (with a
> stylesheet @media handheld)?
> - do i have to write an xml general template to be
> trsformed with XSLT?
> - could i write a XSLT that trasform my xml in wml
> content?
> Sorry, but i still don't understand wwhat to do and
> i'm getting mad hearing friends, teachers, all
> saying
> something different :-)
> Someone could help me please?
> Sorry if this isn't the right place to ask those
> things.
> Thank you in advance
>               Vita
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