DocBook is an XML dialect for writing documentation.
The Cascading Stylesheet provided here allows you to directly view a styled XML document in software that supports XML styled with CSS2 (e.g. a recent Mozilla or Opera browser)
There are currently many Docbook elements that haven't had CSS written to style them yet.
(To view the XML versions, you need a capable browser)
Author Guide (from The Linux Documentation Project)
Documentation for CVSspam
Some docbook test cases.
To use, alter your XML file to include a stylesheet directive,
<?xml version="1.0"?> <?xml-stylesheet href="docbook-css-0.3/driver.css" type="text/css"?> <book> ...
2004-11-21 docbook-css-0.4.tar.gz ~8kB
2004-10-17 docbook-css-0.3.tar.gz ~7kB
ulinksupport; in Mozilla and Opera!
guimenuunder the same parent node. The arrow now only appears if the parent is a
orderedlistalways being '0' in Mozilla.
important; to match other admonitions.
keycap; beige background, and borders to look more 'key-like'.
guibuttongrey background and raised borders.
quotetags (mozilla seems to ignore CSS nested quoting syntax).
blockquotewill be surrounded by quote-marks.
2004-09-05 docbook-css-0.2.tar.gz ~6kB
ulinkbinding dissabled, since it seems to crash recent mozilla.org offerings.
2002-12-12 docbook-css-0.1.0.tar.gz ~3kB
The technology behind this stylesheet is fundamentally limited, and this limits the kind of presentation possible using it.
attributioncomes first inside a
blockquote, but should traditionally be presented after the quoted text.
Browse a cross-referenced version of the stylesheet source.
Part of the stylesheet was generated from the source of DocBook: The Definitive Guide with this (slightly ugly) script,
Report bugs and make suggestions to the Docbook-CSS mailing list.