PSL: An Alternate Approach to Style Sheet Languages for the World Wide Web.

  title={PSL: An Alternate Approach to Style Sheet Languages for the World Wide Web.},
  author={Philip M. Marden and Ethan V. Munson},
  journal={J. UCS},
Style sheets, which are used to specify the appearance of documents, are rapidly growing in their importance for the World Wide Web. Cascading Style Sheets are now in widespread use and work on a future Web standard, the Extensible Style Language (XSL), is proceeding at a rapid pace. In this paper, we show how a diierent style sheet language, PSL, represents an attractive midpoint between CSS and XSL in complexity and power. PSL is based on general language design principles that give it simple… CONTINUE READING


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