I am Chris Selwyn and I am new to TEI (though I am not new to XML and
XSLT technologies).

I am interested in the use of TEI in order to encode many documents
stretching back to the 18^th C that I have concerning the history of my

In particular, I would like to use the facsimile capability to encode a
scan of each document along with my transcription of it.
I have read and understood the method of encoding the information using
@facs and <facsimile> XML.
However, when I generate the document to HTML for publishing on the web,
I find that the facsimile is not included in the generated page.
Looking at the XSLT scripts for the HTML generation, I can see that they
do not reference either the @facs or <facsimile> information.
However, the epub mechanism (which is also based on HTML) does generate
@facs (but not <facsimile>) information into its output.
Whereas, the fo2 mechanism uses <facsimile> (but not @facs) information.

I would like to ask, how do other users render facsimile information
into a viewable form for publishing on the web?
Is this something that is normally left as "an exercise for the reader"?

Chris Selwyn