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Re: wml::std::page

Thu, 11 May 2000 21:24:11 +0200 (CET), Denis Barbier wrote:
> On Thu, 11 May 2000, Jan Holler wrote:
>> <info style=custom
>> <meta http-equiv="content-style-type" content="text/css">
>> <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="$(STYLESHEETS)/screen.css">

> With wml::std::page, this is exactly what <head> is for, it puts its
> body into the HTML header section, so you may write

Sorry then for the bothering. It has been a long time since
I looked at the <head>-tag. I use standard templates for my
overall development and enhance them (quick and dirty) as I 
need it. I definitely have to clean them up when switching to 
wml 2.0. Best for me is to read all documentation over
again, but I'm running short of time in this weeks.

> I added a note in WML 2.0 about the <title> and <head> tags defined in
> wml::std::page.

I remember having had problems with the old documentation
when I started with wml. I'll check it out, when I get some
spare time. One never learns out.


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