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Re: [xsl] self closing elements with attributes


Subject: Re: [xsl] self closing elements with attributes
From: annirack@xxxxxxx
Date: Wed, 07 Jan 2004 09:21:07 -0800

> Therefore, since you didn't have an <xsl:output/> instruction, 
> that means 
> that you must have had either "html" or "HTML" as the element type 
> of your 
> document element of your result tree.
> 
> Therefore ... your result is probably HTML which doesn't need an 
> end tag 
> for <link> or <img>.  If your output isn't HTML then using any 
> other 
> document element in the result would have given you your desired 
> end tags 
> without needing <xsl:output/>.
> 
> So I'm curious why you do need end tags for elements of these two 
> element 
> types in a result that begins with the "html" document element.

You're exactly right.  I am using html as my output.  I want closed tags because I'm trying to be compliant to the emerging standards by using xhtml.  I notice now that I forgot my xmlns which might have something to do with the problem.

Would anyone know how I can specify a DTD for my output using XSL?  That was one thing I couldn't figure out.


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