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Subject: RE: selectively add a border to graphics

Roman Banks [mailto:technical_wr@yahoo.com] wrote:

Does anybody know how should I customize the graphics.xsl in order to selectively create a border around graphics in my HTML output? For PDF, it works nicely, but I can't find place in graphics.xsl to do the same thing for HTML.

We're currently using an older version of the style sheets, in which I can do something similar for HTML output by adding the following inside the <xsl:element> element of the "process.image" template:
<xsl:if test="ancestor::figure[@role='bordered']">
 <xsl:attribute name="style">
It looks like the current templates are similar enough that this should still work, though to be thorough you might also want to remove the following line in the processing of non-scaled images:
<xsl:attribute name="border">0</xsl:attribute>
I'm not sure why that's there; it might be to turn off the automatic border that some browsers place around images that are links.
Rob Cavicchio
Senior Technical Writer
EMC Captiva
EMC Corporation
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