StratML/Resources/Tools/Stylesheets

StratML Stylesheets

StratML Browser Layout
The DNAOS-based StratML portal provides, and also uses, a browser-based stylesheet for easy viewing of StratML documents, in most browsers.

The DNAOS "stratml.xsl" StratML document Part1 and Part2 Browser stylesheet allows every StratML document to be viewed as an HTML or Web document, automatically and transparently.

Written in XSLT 1.0 for greatest compatibility and portability, the DNAOS "stratml.xsl" StratML document Part1 and Part2 Browser stylesheet tranparently supports both StraML Part1 and StratML Part2 Documents.

DNAOS StratML document Part1 and Part2 Browser Stylesheet Authors
Designed and written by Andre Cusson, for 01 COMMUNICATIONS INC., the DNAOS "stratml.xsl" StratML document Part1 and Part2 Browser stylesheet is derived from a previous stylesheet for StratML Part1 documents, written by G. Ken Holman, for Crane Softwrights Ltd., and later modified by Joe Carmel from the U.S. House of Representatives (retired).

Free StratML Browser Stylesheet
The DNAOS "stratml.xsl" StratML document Part1 and Part2 Browser stylesheet is freely available under a "Modified BSD license" as an open-source resource and tool.

Copyrights
The DNAOS "stratml.xsl" StratML document Part1 and Part2 Browser stylesheet copyrights belong, for their respective parts to:

  • Copyright © 2010 01 COMMUNICATIONS INC. All Rights Reserved.
  • Copyright © 2008 Crane Softwrights Ltd. All Rights Reserved.

Integration
The DNAOS "stratml.xsl" StratML document Part1 and Part2 Browser stylesheet is easily integrated into StratML documents, with the inclusion of an XML processing instruction line like the following, at the tom of the document, just under the starting XML comment, as below:

  • <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
    <?xml-stylesheet type="text/xsl" href="stratml.xsl"?>

Download
The DNAOS "stratml.xsl" StratML document Part1 and Part2 Browser stylesheet, can be accessed and downloaded from the following link:

More Information
More information is also available from other sections of the StratML portal, as well as by requesting to StratML at DNAOS.com", where questions, comments, and suggestions are appreciated and answered.

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