Since a couple people asked,

Since a couple people asked, here’s how to do the same with your deepleap bookmarks. Download this xsl file by right clicking and choosing “save as…”

Next, make a copy of your deepleap xml file and change the top two lines from this:

<?xml version=”1.0″?>
<!DOCTYPE xbel PUBLIC “+//IDN XML Bookmark Exchange Language 1.0//EN//XML” “”&gt;

to this:

<?xml version=”1.0″ encoding=”iso-8859-1″?>
<?xml-stylesheet type=”text/xsl” href=”deepleap.xsl” ?>

then pull down a copy of my start.html file by right clicking and choosing “save as…” and change the link to point to your deepleap XML file. Put all three files in the same directory and it should work great (at least in Win/IE5+). If you get any XML parsing errors, you might have weird characters in one of your bookmarks, so just delete those. I don’t think the search pane thing works in Mac/IE5, but the client side XML rendering does, so you might want to make the start page a little popup instead.

Published by mathowie

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