Book and Digital Media test server

Test page for XML on the web

 

Ways of Presenting XML on the web

Using CSS: LYTT18730205.xml: Sample letter encoded in XML, associated with a Cascading Style Sheet (=try_it.css), interpreted by the internet browser. NB: if you 'View source', you can see that the reference to try_it.css is hardwired in the xml source. Instructions to publish your own .xml file with a .css style on the web may be found here.

Using Anastasia: LYTT18730205a.xml: Sample letter encoded in XML, turned by Anastasia into an 'anagrove' (the internal Anastasia representation of an xml source), and transformed on the fly into HTML using the notes2.anv Anastasia stylesheet, and the HTML output associated with another Cascading Style Sheet (=btstyle.css).

Using XSLT:

  1. Server-side: EAD description of Sijthoff publisher's archive at Leiden university library [example of LYTT18730205.xml to be provided]
  2. Client-side: LYTT18730205_html.xml: Sample letter encoded in XML, transformed into HTML on the fly by an XSLT stylesheet (=tei-html.xsl) interpreted by the internet browser. NB: if you 'View source', you can see that the reference to tei-html.xsl is hardwired in the xml source.
  3. Offline:
    1. HTML:
      1. LYTT18730205.html: Sample letter encoded in XML, pre-transformed into static HTML according to the tei-html.xsl XSLT stylesheet written by Peter Verhaar (University of Leiden)
      2. LYTT18730205b.html: Sample letter encoded in XML, pre-transformed into static HTML according to the tei.xsl XSLT stylesheet written by Sebastian Rahtz (TEI)
    2. PDF: LYTT18730205.pdf: Sample letter encoded in XML, pre-transformed into .pdf (with tei-pdf.xsl).

Instructions for how to use xslt may be found here (this will be covered in the Databases and Web Programming course).

 

Download (Win: right-click; Mac: alt-click):

try_it.css

simple05.anv

notes2.anv

btstyle.css

tei-html.xsl

tei-pdf.xsl

EFBO19751006

Booktrade04

dqwSynopses


 

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