I know of three that are available on the EAD Help Pages in the
The first is part of the shared stylesheet called "EAD 2002 <dsc> to
three-column table" and the downloads for that (two files, the XSLT
and the CSS) are on the stylesheets page
That XSLT removes the role of table cells in controlling display (in
terms of levels of indentation) within the <dsc> HTML output. Instead,
levels are controlled with the included CSS. Here is the description,
"This stylesheet applies to the <dsc> only, and provides a
three-column table layout. Container values are output in the first
two containers, and all descriptive information for components is
output in the third column. Layout of embedded component levels is
controlled through classes provided in the accompanying CSS
stylesheet. It assumes that your institution uses two columns for
container values, but you could easily modify it to be a two-column
layout for single containers. The CSS does not include any styling
other than setting up the classes that will control the display (such
as indentation) for the different component levels' table cells."
The second is probably less useful, it's part of a helper file I made
that's available on the same page
http://www.archivists.org/saagroups/ead/stylesheets.html and it's
called "Additional Functionality for EAD Web Displays. It's less
useful because it doesn't include CSS to format an entire HTML
display, only the CSS necessary to format the added functionality
provided in the download (collapsible sections, alternating colors in
the dsc, and hyperlinked series quick links).
The third is Michele Combs "EAD 2002 to Print Friendly HTML,"
available on the same stylesheet resource page, also includes both
XSLT and a CSS file.
On Thu, May 6, 2010 at 9:49 AM, Elizabeth H Dow <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Good morning,
> Does anyone know of CSS style sheets for EAD freely available on the Web.
> I'm aware of the one provided for the EAD Cookbook; are there others?
> Elizabeth H. Dow
> Associate Professor
> School of Library and Information Science
> Louisiana State University
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