Re: "pre-treating" documents from certain remote URLs before a web browser renders them
- Date: Tue, 15 May 2018 17:15:23 -0400
- From: Dan Ritter <dsr@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: "pre-treating" documents from certain remote URLs before a web browser renders them
On Tue, May 15, 2018 at 12:58:04AM +0000, davidson wrote:
> And I seem to have a partial solution to this problem: I can make XSLT
> stylesheets that will transform a web page A, as received from a
> remote site, into a XHTML document B that better suits my purposes.
> I find it entertaining to make these, so I would like to figure out
> how to incorporate them into a solution to the problem above.
> But at the moment I do not know a good solution to the rest of the
> problem, namely how to incorporate the application of stylesheets (and
> preliminary preprocessing) into the web browsing activity.
> I would like to launch a web browser, browse pages at domain X, and
> know that when I go to http://X/page, or https://X/page, etc, the
> browser will render not the page served from the remote site, but will
> render instead that page as transformed by the appropriate stylesheet
> tailored for pages from X.
An amusingly large percentage of these things can be done in
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