/* ** (c) COPYRIGHT MIT 1995. ** Please first read the full copyright statement in the file COPYRIGH. */
Styles allow the translation between a logical property of a piece of text and its physical representation. A StyleSheet is a collection of styles, defining the translation necessary to represent a document. It is a linked list of styles.
A stylesheet is a collection of styles - these styles can either come from over the net or they can be provided by the application as needed.
The manager doesn't contain any styles - it only provides a mechanism for registering styles, looking them up and deleting them. That is, it doesn't have any idea of what a style actually looks like - as this is highly application dependent, it is not a good idea to provide this as common library code.
This module is implemented by HTStyle.c, and it is a part of the W3C Sample Code Library.
#ifndef HTSTYLE_H #define HTSTYLE_H
A Stylesheet is a container containing multiple individual styles. You must therefore first create a stylesheet before you can create individual styles.
typedef struct _HTStyleSheet HTStyleSheet; extern HTStyleSheet * HTStyleSheet_new (const char * name); extern BOOL HTStyleSheet_delete (HTStyleSheet * me);
typedef struct _HTStyle HTStyle; extern HTStyle * HTStyle_new (const char * name, int element, void * context); extern BOOL HTStyle_delete (HTStyle * me);
extern BOOL HTStyleSheet_addStyle (HTStyleSheet * me, HTStyle * style); extern BOOL HTStyleSheet_deleteStyle (HTStyleSheet * me, HTStyle * style);
extern HTStyle * HTStyleSheet_findStyleWithName (HTStyleSheet * me, const char * name); extern HTStyle * HTStyleSheet_findStyleForElement (HTStyleSheet * me, int element);
#endif /* HTSTYLE_H */