Indeed, your stylesheet needs to find the <dao> elements and convert them
to appropriate HTML code.
To my knowledge, the EAD Cookbook, if you are using it, does nothing with
the <dao> tags.
At least not the eadcbs3.xsl stylesheet.
This is something I would like to work out for myself, but have never find
the time to do!
SHLM & INFOKA
A 14:19 2005/04/12 -0400, vous avez écrit :
>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 finding
>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 than
><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
>Attachment Converted: "C:\EUDORA\Attach\Linda Raditz.vcf"