Changeset 28334 for documentation/trunk

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30.09.2013 17:07:40 (6 years ago)
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jlwhisler
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"Fixed typo"

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  • documentation/trunk/tutorials/xml-source/tutorial_en.xml

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    5068 <Text id="hp-09">Adding links to specific pages is relatively straightforward. If you want to link to the backdrop collection, for instance, you could simply add in <Format>&lt;a href=&quot;{$library_name}/collection/backdrop/page/about&quot;&gt;backdrop&lt;/a&gt;</Format>({$library_name} is a variable that, in this case, will become &quot;library&quot; -- you will learn more about library names in later tutorials). However, if you have many collections, this is time consuming, and the home page would have to be modified every time you added or removed a collection. Instead, we can use XSL to insert appropriate HTML into our page for each collection in our library. First, we will <b>define</b> a template that does this, and then we will <b>call</b> this template in the right spot in our HTML.</Text> 
     5068<Text id="hp-09">Adding links to specific pages is relatively straightforward. If you want to link to the backdrop collection, for instance, you could simply add in <Format>&lt;a href=&quot;{$library_name}/collection/backdrop/page/about&quot;&gt;backdrop&lt;/a&gt;</Format> ({$library_name} is a variable that, in this case, will become &quot;library&quot; -- you will learn more about library names in later tutorials). However, if you have many collections, this is time consuming, and the home page would have to be modified every time you added or removed a collection. Instead, we can use XSL to insert appropriate HTML into our page for each collection in our library. First, we will <b>define</b> a template that does this, and then we will <b>call</b> this template in the right spot in our HTML.</Text> 
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