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Re: docbook cosmetics

> From: "G.L. Grobe" <>
> I've seen the docbook.css that is added to the directory to where all my
> htmls are generated (though how it gets there I'm not sure and also not sure
> where it comes from as I've got them all over my system).
> So by adding a line like:
> <xsl:param name="html.stylesheet">mybook.css</xsl:param>
> I can override the docbook.css and use the properties I write in the file
> mybook.css? Is that all there is to it?
> I'm not exactly clear on XSL customization layers so thats part of my reason
> for asking.

Yes, that's the idea.

But did someone already alter your param.xsl file?
The distribution has the html.stylesheet parameter set to blank.

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