Simple Web Sites Using DocBook XML and CSS

How to build simple content Web sites using DocBook XML and CSS.
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I am still starting to learn

Ali's picture

I am still starting to learn CSS and HTML so any info and tips are very welcomed
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Ali

docbook web pages

Dave Pawson's picture

David, you should try using CSS for your tabular layout. Your frameset isn't needed. CSS can do that for you nowadays. See Norm Walsh's blog. If you're building docbook webpages, why not use website? See docbook.org for links.

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