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Id: 238
Status: resolved
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Queue: AxKit

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Subject: email list question ignored
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Since the posting of my question "automatic pagination" several other questions have been answered, but not this one. I would appreciate an answer: I was reading an HTML article online: http://www.trager.com/articles/Cavanaugh1.htm and I got to thinking about how I might do this in AxKit (just like when I listen to the radio, I wonder how I might play that on guitar). What if a website had a "mywebsite" section where each user could set the height of their screen? How might we take an XML version (say, docbook) version of an article and paginate it so each part would fit on their screen and hitting next would move into the next segment of the article? Further, how would we make these transformations so that subsequent viewers of the same pages would receive cached versions?
Resolving. I assume this is taken care of now.


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