The FrameMaker+SGML XMLcss plug-in enables you to generate a cascading style sheet (CSS) for structured documents based on Element Definition Document (EDD) formatting.
When you export a structured document to XML using FrameMaker+SGML 5.5.6, both an XML document and a CSS document are produced. The information in the CSS document is based on the formatting information in the paragraph catalog and in the font catalog. If the element names in your FrameMaker+SGML document do not correspond with the paragraph tags and the character tag used to format these elements, the formatting may be inadequate.
The XMLcss plug-in examines the actual formatting used in the FrameMaker+SGML document and produces a CSS that ties element names to the actual formatting of these elements. Context-based formatting rules are handled correctly, too.
The XMLcss plug-in has the following features:
-- It generates a .css file containing formatting instructions related to the actual formatting of the document.
-- It enables you to generate a .css file for the document or book you are exporting.
-- It enables you to change the contents of an XML file by:
- wrapping the XML comments in HTML tags.
- extending image and equation elements with an "src" attribute.
- deciding to scale all images.
- deciding to scale all font sizes.
- applying the standard HTML namespace to image and table elements.
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Adobe FrameMaker+SGML 5.5.6 for Windows
For viewing XML files, any XML-compliant Web browser, such as Microsoft Internet Explorer 5. (Microsoft Internet Explorer 4 and Netscape Navigator 4.5 are not XML compliant.)
For additional requirements for Chinese, Japanese, and Korean documents, see Additional Notes.
After downloading a ".exe" file in Windows, double-click on the ".exe" file to access the file's contents.
Need help with downloading? See our Downloading Help documents.
To install the XMLcss plug-in:
1. Using Windows Explorer, locate the FrameMaker+SGML folder on your computer.
2. Copy the Xmlcss.dll file into the Fminit folder.
3. Locate the Fmsgml.ini file in the FrameMaker+SGML folder.
4. Open the Fmsgml.ini file in a text editor that can save in text-only format (e.g., NotePad) and locate the APIClients section. Add the following line to the end of this section:
xml-export=Standard, XML extension, fminit\XMLcss.dll
5. Save the Fmsgml.ini file in text-only format and close it.
Additional requirements for Japanese documents:
- Windows 95J or Windows NT 4.0J
- 32 MB of available RAM
- ATOK9 or later, EGBridge, MS-IME95, or MS-IME97 front-end processor
Additional requirements for Chinese and Korean documents:
- Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, or Korean version of Windows 95 or later or Windows NT 4.0 (Asian language kits for Windows like ChineseStar and RichWin are not supported.)
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