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2002-11-12 Some short documentation on the different stylesheets, and how to use them. kde-chunk.xsl The standard KDE stylesheet, as used to generate the content for KHelpCenter. If you do not specify a stylesheet, this is the default. This stylesheet includes kde-navig.xsl, which controls the presentation of the top and bottom of the page graphics, and is reused in other places. You should probably not call kde-navig.xsl on it's own. kde-nochunk.xsl This is very similar to the standard KDE stylesheet, but it creates one single html file for the entire document. This is one way to get print output, using html2pdf or html2ps. It's also useable to create a "printable version" of a document to link to on a website. kde-style.xsl All KDE "look and feel" customizations (other than the navigation graphics in kde-navig.xsl) are here. This is where changes to how things render are placed. In most cases, the actual rendering is controlled by the CSS files, and this file simply has the instructions to ensure class attributes are written into the HTML as necessary, for the CSS to display. kde-ttlpg.xsl The Title Page layout for the KDE documentation. This one covers customizing the TOC, presentation of legal notices, and a slightly different navigation graphic. kde-web.xsl (This stylesheet includes kde-web-navig.xsl, which should not be used directly on it's own) Simplified version of the KDE stylesheet, aimed at websites. Content is constrained to a 680px wide table. You could use this for example, to generate web pages that will print nicely and display on older browsers nicely. kde-chunk-online.xsl (This stylesheet includes kde-web-navig-online.xsl, which should not be used directly on it's own) Slightly altered version of the KDE stylesheet, used to generate the docs.kde.org website, among others. kde-man.xsl A stylesheet for generating *roff output (for manpages) from DocBook files. It's virtually the same as the original manpages/docbook.xsl file from the DocBook XSL package, except that the output file's name is hardcoded to 'manpage.troff', and the 'Writing manpage.troff' message is suppressed.