[LON-CAPA-users] Style sheets
Mon, 24 Feb 2003 15:45:04 -0800
Is there a problem in using <displayweight /> for both single part and
multipart problems. i.e. which weight is displayed by <displayweight /> and
on what else does it depend?
On February 7, 2003 01:33 pm, Guy Albertelli II wrote:
> Publish a file ending in .sty that conatains the XML below and then in
> the course go to PARM->"Set Course Environment" and set the attribute
> 'Default XML Style File'
> to this file.
> (BTW the example below is published as
> The example below
> 1) puts the title on every problem
> 2) Puts out the phrase
> Points: (whatever the weight was set to)
> 3) Puts an <hr /> at the end of each problem on screen
> 4) In web mode the title appears in a blue
> Things to note:
> 1) I am rewriting what the <problem> and </problem> tag do, you can
> get similar effects on HTML file by rewriting the <body> </body> tags
> 2) Note that you can effect all possible tags, if you don't like
> the default tex conversion for a specific tag you can use this as a
> way to rewrite it's effects
> 3) There are ways of talking about the tags args I'll chat about this
> in a more invloved example later
> 4) You can easily make things start to act dysfunctional.
> <definetag name="problem">
> <tex><problem><displaytitle />Points:<displayweight /></tex>
> <p><font color="#003399"><displaytitle /></font></p>
> <p>Points: <displayweight /></p>
> <definetag name="/problem">
> <web><hr /></problem></web>
> email@example.com BM: n^20 t20 z20 qS
> Guy Albertelli -7-7-4- O-
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