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   Introduction To Stylesheets   [Table of Contents]    How DynaWeb Uses the dynaweb.wv Stylesheet

DynaWeb Publishers Guide

[-] 2. Publishing DynaText Books Using DynaWeb
[-] The dynaweb.wv Stylesheet

The dynaweb.wv Stylesheet

Introduction

The dynaweb.wv stylesheet provides mappings that allow DynaWeb to substitute HTML tags for the original SGML styles. At the same time, DynaWeb recognizes and evaluates the property-value functions (PVFs) contained in DynaText stylesheets. The dynaweb.wv stylesheet is kept with the other stylesheets used by the collection. If all of your books use a single DTD, then you will only need to create a single dynaweb.wv stylesheet. However, if you use more than one DTD, you will need to create a new stylesheet for each of the DTDs.

The fullhtml.v Stylesheet

In prior versions of DynaWeb, the dynaweb.wv stylesheet was named fullhtml.v. The 4.1 version of DynaWeb still recognizes the fullhtml.v stylesheet and will use it if it is available. If you already have fullhtml.v stylesheets created, they will work seamlessly with DynaWeb 4.1.

Acceptable main stylesheet names are:

Acceptable TOC stylesheet names are:


   Introduction To Stylesheets   [Table of Contents]    How DynaWeb Uses the dynaweb.wv Stylesheet