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Subject: Re: DOCBOOK-APPS: customized HTML-Layout of output files


First of all you don't wan't ever to modify Norms stylesheets, but rater
write you own customized stylesheet, which may modify some of the
default behaviour.

What you basically need is to write a number html frames (top, left,
buttom html pages). The empty area could then be a chunked html version of
your document.

You refered to the PHP net as an example of what you would like. Try look
at http://www.php.net/download-docs.php, which contains a "Documentation
howto link, which I assume answers all your questions.



On Wed, 12 Jun 2002, Joachim Liedtke wrote:

> Hi,
> I'm porting our documentations to DocBook to generate HTML-files for our
> intranet. So far I sorted out how to manipulate the output by setting
> differnet values in the 'html/param.xsl' and how to chunk the document into
> many 'pieces' (thanks for the 'helping hand' from some listmembers).
> Now I'm stuck, trying to get the generated output into our CI according
> layout. I'm aware that this is probably a very simple matter. But after
> going through the various .xsl-files, I'm completly confused where to put
> the 'non DocBook-HTML' to make the output look like the rest of our site.
> So far I tried to manipulate the 'docbook.xsl' but it didn't work the way I
> expected it to.
> What is a good and elegant way to get a manual similar to the PHP manual (
> http://www.php.net/manual/en/ ).
> I Hope this question isn't too demanding, but I'm really stuck.
> Thanks a lot
> Joachim

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