I have Omeka installed on my Mac OS X 10.10. According to the TEI Boilerplate site:
TEI Boilerplate and Omeka
Note: Some browsers apply the “same origin” security policy to XSLT stylesheets, which prohibits the use of XSLT from a different domain than the input document. For this reason, it is best to host the TEI Boilerplate files in the same domain as the Omeka installation.
Where exactly do I install the TEI product in Omeka?
Do I need to do this through the command line or can I do it manually by manipulating folders?
What are the commands that I need to do this?
Also, I am struggling to find a free or low cost XML editor that would best work with Omeka on my Mac...any suggestions are welcome. Thanks!