We go to XML publishing for a lot of reasons. One of which is to achieve reusability of our information: Write it Once, Use it Anywhere.
Often, beginning stylesheet developers will do a lot of repeated style coding to achieve desired output results. Style duplication, like information duplication, makes stylesheets difficult to maintain.
Styler makes it easy to avoid this costly maintenance mistake by adding property sets and user formatting elements to your styling toolbox.
In this session, we'll talk about how to use property sets to make your styling more uniform and easy to maintain.
About the Presenter
Liz Fraley, founder of Single-Sourcing Solutions, has worked in both high-tech and government sectors, developing and delivering technical design and strategy of authoring and publishing solutions as a Single-Source/XML Architect/Programmer. Specializing in practical development and deployment, she advocates designing architectures that directly improve organizational efficiency, productivity, and interoperability. She’s the founder of TC Camp, the unconference for content creators, consumers, and the people who support them. If you ask her, she’ll say she’s a gardener who’s happiest when those around her are flourishing.
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Recorded: November 2014
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Key conceptsarbortext styler, reuse, stylesheets
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