Thanks for your quick response. I'm using the cookbook stylesheet eadcbs6
and dsc15 - do I include the template in eadcbs6 or dsc15?
Thanks again for your help,
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This is a two step process.
1. In your finding aid, you obviously have to include a pointer to the
image file in your encoding of each <dao>. Assuming that this is a url in
an HREF attribute, it might look like this.
<dao show="embed" href="picture.jpg"/>
2. You need to include a template like the following in your
stylesheet to create the link from the <dao> element to the digital image
In the example above, this would generate the following in your HTML
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Sent: Tuesday, April 12, 2005 1:19 PM
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Subject: Linking jpegs using <dao>
I am trying to encode a finding aid and am having problems linking to the
jpegs. I have jpegs of every item described in the inventory of this
aid and I would like to link to the component description to the jpeg. I'd
like to use <dao> . I've tried inserting <dao> and setting the attributes,
but when I transform my file to html there is no link. Do I need to add
something to my stylesheet to do this? Should I use a linking tag other
<dao>? I'm sorry if the answer is obvious - my ead skills are rusty (at
best) and I've never tried to link to an outside file before.
Any help is much appreciated!
Linda Machado Raditz
Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery Archives
P.O. Box 37012, MRC 707
Washington, DC 20013-7012