Subject: RE: Sample/Example XSLT files for PDF conversion?
Hello Avi MIller, I have an example project you might be interested in. You can download it from: http://www.getnet.net/~swhitlat You must follow the DocBook link on the left (old-style homepage that still uses frames). I should tell you early, this project is far from perfect. So, it is not offered as a sterling example of how to correctly format DocBook XML, but rather I offer it in the possibility that it can help beginners. The document uses SVG graphics and special fonts, which complicates things with FOP. Please feed back to me any corrections. Steve Whitlatch > -----Original Message----- > From: Avi Miller [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] > Sent: Tuesday, January 04, 2005 4:47 PM > To: email@example.com > Subject: Sample/Example XSLT files for PDF conversion? > > > Hey, > > I'm busy converting some of our old Word-based > documentation over to > DocBook as a proof-of-concept for management. I'm > having a bit of a > problem styling the output. > > I can handle styling the HTML stuff, as that's > all CSS based, and I'm > pretty comfortable just working with a custom CSS > file. However, I'm > having a really hard time trying to make the PDF > output from DocBook > "prettier" (if you know what I mean). I learn > best from seeing what > other people do and tinkering with it until it > does what I want and I > can't seem to find any sample or example XSLT > stylesheets for DocBook to > PDF processing. > > Any pointers or assistance appreciated! > > Thanks, > Avi > > > -- > Implementation Specialist > > ..>> Canberra ...> Sydney ...> London .........../> > Walter Turnbull Bldg T: +61 (0) 2 6233 0607 > 44 Sydney Ave, F: +61 (0) 2 6233 0696 > Forrest, W: http://www.squiz.net/ > ACT 2603 > > .....>> Open Source - Own it - Squiz.net ...../> >