Re: docbook stuff

You escape tags the same way you do as with HTML -- with the < and >
entities.  You probably only need the < entity, since the closing >
will not be interpreted as part of a tag.

As for the docbook.css file that gets installed, I think that it is
probably only used with some options in the modular SGML style sheets.  I
don't know much DSSSL, so could not tell you how to get db2html to produce
output that uses the css style sheet.



On Sun, 8 Aug 1999 wrote:

> hi
> i had two small questions on docbook: i am pretty sure someone here knows 
> this.
> 1) how can i escape tags ? ie: i wish to display <tag> and docbook tries to 
> interpret this tag as a standard one and as it does not exist, errors are 
> displayed. 
> ex: <para> this special tag <foo> is used to display that </para>
> 2) what i use is the docbook.css cascading style sheet copied in the target 
> directry after html conversion (throuhg db2html) ? none of the html pages 
> generated by jade/db2html have references to this style sheet. Thus, it has 
> no use.
> Thanks for answers
> Mathieu
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