Re: the advantage of XSL (was Re: website contender (beta))

On Sun, 8 Feb 2004, Charles Goodwin wrote:

> On Sun, 2004-02-08 at 02:38, Marc Maurer wrote:
> > I still like the look of, and having a similar look seems like
> > a good idea to me... so just before I dive into my bed, here my hacked
> > up version of your sample:
> >
> >
> Actually, if we're using XSLTs then we can have as many different looks
> as we like which'll be really cool!  A replica, our own look,
> another crazy look, and a text only version.

You dont even need XSLT you just need to specify a default Stylesheet then
an Alternative stylesheet and Mozilla Seamonkey and Opera users can choose
to switch to other stylesheets if they want.
You might also consider seperating the style and the layout into two
sepreate stylesheets so that you can change the look without changing the

I'd also like to suggest that you (Charles) change your layout to have
two sections not three because if you resize the window the first section
about 'Gnome Office' doesn't resize well so it would be better to just
position it above the 'Core Applications' section rather than beside it.

It would be good if you could aim to make section headers like
"Applictions" into links too,

- Alan

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