Re: DTD with stylesheets

From: Alternative Interface (
Date: Mon Aug 21 2000 - 09:23:53 PDT

Wonderful Grant,
I need text files. You and Shinya pick a few complete modules and send
them to me. As we discussed, I think I need to see a few more to make
sure I understand some semantics of the source code. Then I will update
or correct what I have placed on the zWiki and produce a web page that
shows different Views (title, heading, outline, etc. by using an XML
file and CSS DOM.

I have learned a lot about XML Schema this last week and remain
encouraged. I see that the candidate Glossary markup in the zWiki is
very close to being Excellent. Please take a look and tell what you
think. Perl fans will be happy to see that the XML Schema regular
expression looks and works much like a subset of Perl 5.6 but is probly
(just a guess) closer to Perl 6.

Thanks again. I'll meet you on OHS-DEV.

Best Regards,

Alternative Interface Devices.
Improve Accessibility and Utility of the WWW...

attached mail follows:

* Alternative Interface <> [000820 15:27]:
> Yes we will eventually need a DTD or, what I am now looking at, a
> schema, but when I better understand the structure, we can do with just
> CSS, a relatively simple style sheet.

OK, I am about 80 % through the XLink spec. Pretty cool.

I will be posting the Java code for the a2h Augment to HTML program
soon. Shinya emailed it to me after I chat with him last night. I will
let you know when I do.


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