I'm not clear what the problem is here. You
say you are generating HTML output, but your example in red is not an HTML
output element, and you show the element markup itself as being displayed
in the browser in red.
I suspect this is displaying an error-flagging
feature of the DocBook XSL stylesheet. When the stylesheet encounters an
input element it does not recognize, it generates an error message along the
Element body_text in
namespace '' encountered in chapter, but no template matches.
and then outputs the element as escaped markup in
red, with the intent of making it visible so it can be fixed:
Can you peek inside your HTML and see if that is
what you are getting? If so, then your customization layer needs to add a
template with match="body_text" to process that element.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Tuesday, January 31, 2012 2:43
Subject: [docbook-apps] Oxygen XML
Editor: Docbook XML to HTML using CSS
currently we are having some problems customizing the
respective XSL stylesheet for transforming our documents into Html ( and if it
works also XHTML, webhelp etc.).
problems seems to be that Oxygen in a way is blocking our CSS stylesheet,
since it is obviously recognized by the XSL stylesheet:
The code staed above is working out
pretty fine, but still the result we we see is not what we configured.
As a consequence, the ouput is not
what it should be.
Instead applying what was
the result is <body_text>test</body_text>
. It is red instead of black.
Can anyone give me a hint what the
problem is? Have I configured Oxygen incorrectly or is it the XSL
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