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Re: Conditional text

From: Drazen Kacar <Drazen.Kacar@public.srce.hr>
Date: Tue, 3 Dec 1996 10:17:31 +0100 (MET)
Message-Id: <199612030917.KAA14611@jagor.srce.hr>
To: DELINCK@Inland.com
Cc: www-talk@w3.org, DELINCK@PARTEE.inland.com
DELINCK@Inland.com wrote:

>    The only solution I could think of is special tags for printouts (say,
>    <pagenumber> for page number and <lastpage> for the number of printed
>    pages). Of course, in order to see these tags on each page, they must
>    appear in the content of a <banner> tag.

The solution I can think of is called style sheet for printing.

>    A special tag can be used to denote the enclosed document segment is
>    to appear in hard copies only. (<hardcopy></hardcopy>) There can also
>    be a pair of tags which includes things seen on the display, but not
>    the hardcopy (<display></display>). Of course, abuse of these tags can
>    cause problems with document consistancy.

Ditto. Style sheet for printing. You should be able to have more than one
style sheet attached to document. One for presentation on the screen, one
for printing, one for speech devices and so on...

-- 
Life is a sexually transmitted disease.

dave@fly.cc.fer.hr
dave@zemris.fer.hr
Received on Tuesday, 3 December 1996 04:22:02 GMT

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