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Subject: Make better use of IDs in the HTML stylesheets?
Hi there When generating HTML from DocBook XML, structures (such as tables or appendices) with ids generate HTML like this: <div class="appendix" lang="en"> <h2 class="title" style="clear: both"><a name="appendix_a" id="appendix_a"></a>A. Databases to be backed up</h2> <div class="glosslist"> That's from XML like this: <appendix id="appendix_a"> <title>Databases to be backed up</title> <para><glosslist> Now I want to write CSS to style this appendix. The problem is that I can't write a selector for an *ancestor* of the A element with the id. To target the structure I have to insert e.g. a dummy paragraph *before* the structure and style it with 'display: none'. Then I can write CSS like 'p#dummy + div'. Eugh. Consider putting the id in a place that actually identifies the entire named section? -- jean . .. .... //\\\oo///\\