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Subject: Re: [xsl] Netscape XSL and ' charcter
From: "Thomas B. Passin" <tpassin@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 9 Apr 2002 17:48:41 -0400

[Deshpande, Gururaj]

> May be this is dumb question! Could you please tell me How can I
> capture and save the output of the transform. I have only XSL and XML with
> me and I am doing client transformation.
>

Load the file into Mozilla.  After it has displayed, save it using the
File/Save As menu item.  This will show you the HTML.  It may look a little
strange since Mozilla adds some odd identifiers onto the element names, but
your javascript will be visible in there.

With Internet Explorer, use View/Source instead.

> > > 2) How can I use   <xsl:attribute name="href">,  instead of your
> > > solution.
> > >
> >
> > Why bother?  It's quicker to write and easier to read this way.
> >
> > Tom P
> >
> [Deshpande, Gururaj]
> Just wanted to to learn more about 'XSL on netscape'.
>

What I posted was not specific to Netscape.

To use xsl:attribute, what you had would proably have been OK once you fixed
the errors and got everything nesting correctly - and got rid of the
xsl:text.

Tom P


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