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- From: Petr Andreyev <nospam@thanx>
- Date: Mon, 11 Feb 2002 20:54:28 +0300 (MSK)
i would think that for professional projects wml::std::toc is not satisfactory
just because it allows only for the 5 built-in styles. Of course, those styles
have many options, but they do not cover all situations (for instance, what if
I wish to render toc using CSS only?).
I would think that something like this should be much better: instead of <toc>
<toc-style name="ol"> ;;; predefined tag for the 'ol' style
;;; here we optionally redefine some styles
<toc_h4_style> <li><a href="#%toc_href%" class="myh4class">%toc_title%</a>
That is, we can define our own style and use a standard one as a base.
The same should be applicable to other standard includes as well:
many of them are not flexible enough (and this should stop many potential
wml-users (not wml-programmers) from using it).
What do you think?
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