On Wednesday 01 August 2001 01:00, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> I must be really confused. I thought that the header was defined once and
> only once in the page-sequence as static-content and the
> page-sequence-master children allowed for the use of different page layouts
> for different pages, but not content of the page.
> Anyway, if you could lead me to an example I would be very happy.

You can only have one fo:flow per page-sequence, but you can have as many 
fo:static-content's as you like, and use as many page-masters as you need for 
one given page-sequence. Every page in a page-sequence could have different 
page-masters and different headers, footers and sidebars.

There should be some examples in FOP already, under docs/examples.

Arved Sandstrom
Fairly Senior Software Type
e-plicity (http://www.e-plicity.com)
Halifax, Nova Scotia
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