Am Sonntag, den 24.07.2005, 11:41 -0400 schrieb Brad Clements: > On 24 Jul 2005 at 12:02, Tino Wildenhain wrote: > > > Is there an online visible example where this works like that? > > Which clients support xslt like this (e.g. with subrequests) > > Hmm, well this site doesn't cache inner parts of pages, but it does cache > some of the course listings, so that toggling between calendar view and > list view doesn't re-download the entire list. > > http://nyemtinfo.com > > If you look at "benefits", then look at "howto", > the actual framework of the two pages are the same and handled by > textpage.xsl > > However the text content comes from two different xml files.
Ok I see. Its not actually so much faster but nice to see. I'm sure google will love your site .-) > > > > > How is this different from loading and caching CSS files? > > CSS only effects styles, it is not content. > Thats not correct. CSS is able to change part of the content or all content as well. _______________________________________________ ZPT mailing list ZPT@zope.org http://mail.zope.org/mailman/listinfo/zpt