I would recommend WordPerfect 9 when it's released, it's currently in
final beta and is well-documented and does what you're looking for with
the exception of CSS/XSL, but it has it's own style syntax which enables
you to have WYSIWYG as you write.
A good css editor on the Mac side is Cascade and the host of programs from
Media-design in Progress (www.in-progress.com). It's remarkably fast to
learn, but is not WYSIWYG.
John Robert Gardner
The University of Iowa
"No hell is worse than the state of perpetual inconsequence"
-unknown (16th-century, Venice)
On Fri, 26 Mar 1999, DuCharme, Robert wrote:
> Does anyone know of a XML document editor that will ensure that the
> edited document conforms to a DTD and gives some semblance of
> WYSIWYGginess? I want inserted elements to conform to some sort of style
> sheet, whether it's CSS, XSL, or even a proprietary format. Nothing too
> fancy; I just want to be able to assign fonts, font sizes, bolding, etc.
> to certain element types as they appear in the editor.
> If there's a tree-based representation of the document to supplement the
> formatted version, that's fine, but if the tree-based version is all
> there is, it's not enough.
> It doesn't have to be free.
> Bob DuCharme www.snee.com/bob <bob@
> snee.com> see www.snee.com/bob/xmlann for "XML:
> The Annotated Specification" from Prentice Hall.