Hi tim,
I don't see any formating code in your post, just an xml source file.
Could you be more precise.



> Folks,
> I am writing a textbook on HTML, and want to
> include a chapter on XML.  I am trying to get the
> following code (DocBook) to generate a PDF file.
>  After a LONG struggle I managed to
> xsltproc to use my XML and get the HTML to
> render...but the PDF eludes me.  Can y'all see
> anything wrong with the following code?
> When it is generated,
> by someone who knows what he is doing,
> the block quote stuff just
> disappears...the cite stuff renders
> just fine???
> What I am trying to do is simply show my
> student/readers how XML can be used.
> I have spent over 70 hours trying different
> software to no avail.  Ideas welcome!
> What I really need is a reliable tool-chain
> to take XML and generate HTML, PDF,
> and maybe one other format that I could
> capture and show the students.
> Can anyone help?????
> Thanks in advance!
> tim
> <?xml version="1.0"?>
> <!DOCTYPE article  SYSTEM "./docbookx.dtd">
> <article>
> <title>There and Back Again</title>
> <artheader>
> <author>
> <firstname>Bilbo</firstname>
> <surname>Baggins</surname>
> </author>
> <pubdate>Long Ago</pubdate>
> </artheader>
> <para>
> <abbrev>LOTR</abbrev> stands for Lord of the Rings.
> In this paragaraph we could discuss
> the intricate details of the construction
> of a most proper hole in the ground.
> </para>
> <bridgehead>Now, a wonderful quote!</bridgehead>
> <para>
> <blockquote>
> There were many paths that lead up into those
> mountains, and many passes over them.  But most
> of the paths were cheats and deceptions and
> lead nowhere or to bad ends; and most of the
> passes were infested by evil things and
> dreadful danger.
> <citation>Page 64 of
> <citetitle>The Hobbit</citetitle>
> by J. R. R. Tolkin</citation>
> </blockquote>
> </para>
> </article>
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