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Xsl-Fo: Making XML Look Good in Print pdf

Xsl-Fo: Making XML Look Good in Print pdf

Xsl-Fo: Making XML Look Good in Print. Dave Pawson

Xsl-Fo: Making XML Look Good in Print
ISBN: 9780596003555 | 284 pages | 8 Mb

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Xsl-Fo: Making XML Look Good in Print Dave Pawson
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It is much better in handling and referencing print resources for example. So, we could XSL-FO was thought by some to eventually go to the browser, but the biggest push in XSL-FO has typically been for the creation of print documents. @allquixotic: look at the (awfull, I know) picture. (XPath is also used by the XML Linking specification); XSL-FO 1.0 – Extensible Stylesheet Language Formatting Objects, an XML vocabulary for specifying formatting semantics. It worked, the results look very good and the process was streamlined. If you want to transform XML from one format to another, and especially if either the input or output XML is complicated or the transformation itself is difficult or awkward to express, then XSL may be a good choice. Just discoverd Perhaps XML+XSL - most browsers support XSL I think. On Wednesday, the Apache Foundation announced the release of Apache FOP 1.0, a project that has been a decade in the making. Here's a good explanation of the technique. From all I've read, it looks like Opera has done a great job supporting CSS compared to other browsers, and you can do some amazing things with CSS. Today we do support the import and use of XML formatted elements today (CSS, XSL, and can output XSL-FO) but we would not claim that to be a standard software function. I want multipe pages printed to yeah, I thought about that too: Setting page-height in xsl:fo to a high number and printing it to a A4 PDF with "lpr -pPDF -o fit-to-page table.pdf" works good - remaining problem is, that I don't know which height to set - see my answer to @RedGrittyBrick's answer – stwagner Aug 10 '12 at 14:27. There are parts that seem superfluous, however they are in fact mandatory (e.g. The example they give, though, only worked correctly for me in Opera, not Firefox or IE. During volunteer work for a organization that needed a new website I discovered XSl-FO and for that matter XML. (There are better ways to do this in XSL using the last() XPath function). I propose that AFP is already a much better archive and portable document format than PDF/A. XSL transformations are usually a one-to-one transformation, Your first XSL will look something like this: