[poppler] pdftohtml, separate CSS file

Josh Richardson jric at chegg.com
Wed Jun 22 11:32:30 PDT 2011

On second thought, what if I provide the old behavior via a switch?  I
think that the separate CSS file is the better default behavior.

Thanks, --josh

On 6/22/11 11:15 AM, "Josh Richardson" <jric at chegg.com> wrote:

>Ok, will do.  --josh
>On 6/22/11 12:59 AM, "Albert Astals Cid" <aacid at kde.org> wrote:
>>A Wednesday, June 22, 2011, Josh Richardson va escriure:
>>> Experienced web developers always separate their CSS from their HTML
>>> This makes maintenance and overriding of the styling much easier, as
>>> as keeping the HTML file itself (nearly) completely content / semantics
>>> focused.
>>> In the complex mode, I would like to separate out the styling into a
>>> separate CSS file, referenced from the output HTML file.  Any
>>> to this?
>>I'd prefer if you added this through a flag other than modifying the
>>(since people always complain when you change the behavoiur of something)
>>> I am also cleaning up the tags so that they are all balanced and XHTML,
>>> hence XML-compliant.
>>Makes sense, but please make this a separate patch.
>>> Once this is done along with CSS separated out, I'm
>>> not sure of a need for a separate ­xml mode for pdftohtml.  Thoughts on
>>> this?
>>> Thanks, --josh
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