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Subject: Re: XML slides dtd & stylesheet
From: JR Gardner <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:General discussion of Extensible Markup Language <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Wed, 31 Mar 1999 09:39:26 -0600

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Regarding the note below, did anyone ever find/forward the DTD?

On Tue, 30 Mar 1999, Terje Norderhaug wrote:

> At 11:48 AM 3/23/99, Ruth Bergman wrote:
> >I'm sure somebody posted a message regarding a dtd and stylesheet for
> >authoring presentation slides in XML either here or on xml-dev.  I can't
> >find the message in the archive...
> >
> >If you have done some work on authoring slides and are willing to share
> >your dtd and/or stylesheet please point me to them.
> You might be interested in checking out WebSlides. It uses an XML based
> Presentation Markup Language for the content and logical structure of the
> presentation.
> WebSlides is a free "droplet" for Mac that automatically generates HTML
> slides from an XML document that describes the presentation. It can be
> downloaded from:
> WebSlides was first released in 1995, already then building HTML pages from
> extensible markup.
> -- Terje <[log in to unmask]> | Media Design in*Progress
>    Software for Mac Web Professionals at <>
>    * C a s c a d e... a comprehensive Cascading Style Sheets editor
>    * WebSlides generates presentations displayed with any browser
>    * XPublish - for efficient website publishing with XML
>    * Make your Web Site a Social Place with Interaction!

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