In my current cms project I've decided to have static content saved in xml files.
<welcome_text> Hello and welcome to LazyVulpes.com Here you can do stuff. </welcome_text>
Implementing this text is fairly easy using xslt, but what if I want "LazyVulpes.com" to be a orange link?
Should my xml be something like this?
<welcome_text> Hello and welcome to <link location="http://www.lazyvulpes.com/" color="orange">LazyVulpes.com</link> Here you can do stuff. </welcome_text>
And if so, how do I add the a element and use xsl-fo to make the link text orange?
Also, what if I just want it to be orange and not a link, can I do this without adding any tags around it? If a tag is always required to add extra styling to a inline text, why use xsl-fo at all?
Is there any reason to use both xsl-fo and css? xsl-fo for formatting and css for positioning?
This post has been edited by Lazy Vulpes: 20 July 2012 - 10:21 PM