[oXygen-user] CSS to Indicate Element References a Graphic?

Radu Coravu
Mon Jun 22 01:25:23 CDT 2009

Hi Eliot,

If your element has an attribute which points to an image path, here is 
an extract from the Oxygen docbook.css which displays images associated 
with Docbook graphic, inlinegraphic and imagedata.
Based on this example, you can create your own CSS rules based on your 

    content: attr(fileref, url);

But, if your element contains the path to the image as text content, we 
do not have support for this yet.
If you confirm this is the case, we'll try to improve this in a future 
Oxygen version.


Radu Coravu <oXygen/> XML Editor, Schema Editor and XSLT Editor/Debugger

Eliot Kimber wrote:
> For using CSS in Author mode for arbitrary doctypes (in my case, an XSD
> schema), is there a way to indicate via CSS that a given element is a
> reference to a graphic? I didn't see anything in the Oxygen help under CSS.
> Cheers,
> E.
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