EAD Cookbook stylesheet 2 provides virtually the same functionality as
stylesheet 3 but uses HTML tables instead of frames. The only real
difference is the fact that the table of contents scrolls with the rest of
the document. It was designed specifically to meet the needs of
institutions like yours where HTML frames are a concern.
Michael J. Fox
Assistant Director for Library and Archives
Minnesota Historical Society
345 Kellogg Blvd West
St. Paul, MN 55102-2409
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> From: Kerstin Ringdahl[SMTP:[log in to unmask]]
> Sent: Wednesday, January 17, 2001 11:43 AM
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> Subject: Stylesheets
> <<File: ringdak.vcf>>
> I have just completed stylesheets for about 280 oral histories
> concerning Scandinavian immigrants to the Pacific Northwest.
> I have just Style 3 from the EAD Cookbook.
> The test load looks fine but when I showed it to our computer
> people I was told that frames are not good, that they don't work
> well with most browsers and that they are not ADA compliant.
> Before I make any changes, I wonder if some o f you on the
> EAD listserv have any comments or advice for me.
> Thank you,
> Kerstin Ringdahl