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Our archives will also be revising our XSLT stylesheet and I would also appreciate seeing any examples that people are willing to share, particularly those that do not use tables to format file lists. 

Christie, if you are not already aware of it, there is a page for user contributed stylesheets on the EAD Help Pages (http://www.archivists.org/saagroups/ead/stylesheets.html).  It would be a good place to start. 

Cheers,

Creighton Barrett
Archives Assistant
Dalhousie University Archives and Special Collections



On 4 February 2010 13:17, Christie Peterson <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
Our archives has the opportunity to re-do our XSLT stylesheet for converting EAD to HTML.  We know what our problems are with our current stylesheet, but we're not quite sure what we want, so we're looking for examples of good displays that we can give to the person who will be creating the stylesheet.

We're particularly interested in recent (i.e., created in the last 2-3 years) examples of EAD served up as HTML that have high usability, and/or that are innovative in design.  So please, let me know about any EAD displays of which you are either particularly proud or jealous.

Thanking you in advance for assistance,

Christie

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Christie Peterson
Processing Archivist
Muskie Archives & Special Collections
Bates College
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Lewiston, ME 04240-6018
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