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Re: several messages

From: fantasai <fantasai@escape.com>
Date: Fri, 29 Jun 2001 10:03:36 -0400
Message-ID: <3B3C8AB8.91B61914@escape.com>
To: www-style@w3.org
Jeffrey Yasskin wrote:
> 
> The problem here and in the case of an alternate transforming
> stylesheet is: what if the user wants to go back to the original
> page?
<snip>
> In the case of alternate stylesheets: This is more complicated.
> The user ought to have a way to get back to the original stylesheet.
> Use Case: A page author includes two different XSLT stylesheets in
> one XML page to allow her users to pick between two alternative
> layouts.
> Now for the complication: Each of these stylesheets could LINK (in
> the result HTML) several alternative CSS stylesheets. Submenus in
> the UI's stylesheet picking mechanism should take care of that.
> View|Stylesheet
> XSLT 1
>         CSS 1
>         CSS 2
>         CSS 3
> XSLT 2
>         CSS 1
>         CSS 2
>         CSS 3

IMO, all choices should be in one submenu; titles of both
stylesheets applied would be joined by a character e.g.
"XSLT1 : CSS 2".
Received on Friday, 29 June 2001 10:02:07 GMT

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