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Subject: Re: [docbook-apps] Cover pages for print output

As you probably noticed, the titlepage spec file does not let you specify a graphic above the title and a different one below the title.
You could try bypassing the titlepage spec file mechanism and create a layout table for your title page:
That should give you direct control of the page, without having to guess how the spec file mechanism is working (it is a bit of a black box). 
For the wide graphic, you could set the start-indent and end-indent to negative values to extend the table out to the page edges.  Be sure to include a start-indent="0pt" and end-indent="0pt" on your fo:table-body if you do that, or your table cells will inherit that outer start-indent.
Bob Stayton
Sagehill Enterprises
DocBook Consulting
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, October 19, 2007 8:46 AM
Subject: [docbook-apps] Cover pages for print output

Hello all,


My apologies if this has been answered elsewhere.


Our documents have a custom cover page that has two graphics: one above title and one below it. After reviewing the DocBook XSL guide, I was able to figure out how to add a graphic to the top of the page, but I have yet to figure out how to add a second graphic. Is there a way to do this? These graphics actually go all the way to the edges of the pageófor a while I thought I could create a single image and use it as a background image for the cover page, but I havenít had any luck figuring that out either.


Iím using FOP to render the PDF output, if that makes any difference.




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