|Authoring in the Visual Editor|
A content author edits the content of XML documents in tagless mode disregarding the XML tags as they are not visible in the editor. If he edits documents conforming to one of the predefined types he does not need to configure anything as the predefined document types are already configured when the application is installed. Otherwise he must plug the configuration of the document type into the application. This is as easy as unzipping an archive directly in the [Oxygen-install-folder]/frameworks folder.
In case the edited XML document does not belong to one of the document types set up in Preferences you can specify the CSS stylesheets to be used by inserting an xml-stylesheet processing instructions. You can insert the processing instruction by editing the document or by using the Associate XSLT/CSS stylesheet action.
The syntax of such a processing instruction is:
<?xml-stylesheet type="text/css" media="media type" title="title" href="URL" alternate="yes|no"?>
You can read more about associating a CSS to a document in the section about customizing the CSS of a document type.
When the document has no CSS association or the referred stylesheet files cannot be loaded, a default one is used. A warning message is also displayed at the beginning of the document presenting the reason why the CSS cannot be loaded.
Document with no CSS association default rendering