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<cringe>Write them in XML in the first place</cringe>
Is this something about grandma and eggs?
Aye, aye ;-)
That's why (some people) write in XML in the first place.
We never had that choice. Some are so small it would not be worth getting
everyone to learn it. (not hard ;-) )
I'm trying not to sound 'told you so' ish. I don't
think its working.
My only other suggestion is to chunk the source into tiny bits,
then use a plain text to xml program,
and chunk the big bits via some other progam into article or somesuch.
Tell me to go home Gavin... or suggest how we can help more usefully?
Go home... ;-)
Bigger ones like:
I do, but the smaller ones, are sometimes easier to do the other way.
I am not too hot on xsl-stylesheets, although I did get the "Learning XML"
O'reilly book for Christmas, but can you wirte one that sticks in some
server-side-includes stuff. That would just be a variable to chuck on the end
of each shtml file??
I do subscribe to: xsl-list(a)lists.mulberrytech.com
so I should know a little more. Oh, and I read your website :-)
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