Well now... the only way I can think of you may be able to achieve that
is by providing content xml that is "styled" using xsl into an (x)html
further styled with css.
You can't possibly go from pure content to design. At least not until
CSS3 is widely supported (not soon) and even then I'm not so sure...
On Wed, 2006-09-06 at 11:25 +0200, Norgren Mats wrote:
> I want the xhtml documents to be totally free from
> design, all the way!
> I want som examples of nice looking web sites, to show the designers
> that there is nice ways to solve the problem.
> I have looked att css-zen-garden, and that is a cool site, but I want to
> know other web sites that has the same sort of purity in separating code
> from design.
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