Presentation style sheets

Controlled vocabularies – as a grouping of domain-based data (instances/concepts) and the associated metadata that qualify, explain and relate each concept – are machine-readable datasets. In order to repurpose them into human readable form (document format) they require processing based on style sheet rules. This can be achieved through different transformation methods, one of which uses cascading style sheets (CSS).

Since CSS files model how a dataset will be rendered in human-readable format (namely XHTML), they have been included in the same category as the previously described assets, within the ‘models’ category.

Predefined CSS files are provided here for download, based on the following list of types of documents they were written for:

COM/JOIN/SEC/SWD

Generic CSS used in EUR-Lex for print media formatting
Generic CSS used in EUR-Lex for all document types
COM/JOIN/SEC/SWD

Consolidation

Official Journal XHTML instances converted from Formex consolidated instances
Secondary Legislation XHTML instances converted from Formex consolidated instances

Court of Justice

Arrêt Cour
Arrêt Fonction Publique
Arrêt Tribunal
Avis Cour
Conclusion AG
CSS for XHTML generated from textindex.xml files
Décision Réexamen
Ordonnance Cour
Ordonnance Fonction Publique
Ordonnance Tribunal
Prise de Position AG
Provisional CSS files for upcoming/planned Court of Justice HTML document types
Résumé Cour 
Résumé Cour 
Résumé Tribunal 
Résumé Tribunal 
Sommaire Cour
Sommaire Tribunal

National case law (JURE)

CSS for national case law (JURE)

Official Journal

Generic CSS used in EUR-Lex for all document types
Official Journal XHTML generated from FMX4

Other document types

CSS files present in EUR-Lex but without reference in any HTML file