I've only thought of <rendition> in terms of the display of individual
elements (as the examples on the index page) - but yes, if I were
going to place an XSLT stylesheet in my file, this is where I'd put
it. From the description it sounds like it could also contain a
pointer to an external file, which is what Torsten seems to be asking
for in his original request. Nifty!
On Tue, Jul 21, 2009 at 10:45 AM, Sebastian
Rahtz<[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> This is what we invented <rendition> for, surely?
> <rendition> allows you to express a rule about formatting
> In a variety of languages (CSS, FO, etc). There are few (no?) examples
> Of non-CSS use, I think, but its a container waiting for people to
> Explore the use of.
> Sebastian rahtz
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