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   Introduction   [Table of Contents]    Introduction To Stylesheets

DynaWeb Publishers Guide

[-] 2. Publishing DynaText Books Using DynaWeb
[-] How DynaWeb Books Appear to Web Clients

How DynaWeb Books Appear to Web Clients

Introduction

Because the data that DynaWeb serves to clients is true HTML, browsers do not distinguish DynaWeb -served pages from standard HTML pages. DynaWeb's default interface serves frames to frame-enabled browsers and a non-frame layout to browsers that are not frame-enabled.

What Web Browsers Control

In general, browsers control the font and size charactistics of any text they download, as well as the final interpretation of the HTML tags used to augment your pages.

You can attempt to control these aspects of your documents by including such information as default-font and other meta-information. However, remember that the web browser always has final control over how your data is presented.


   Introduction   [Table of Contents]    Introduction To Stylesheets