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Re: [xsl] XSL template "namespace" problem
Subject: Re: [xsl] XSL template "namespace" problem|
From: Ian Bonnycastle <ibonny@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 29 Mar 2006 10:24:01 -0500 (EST)
On Wed, 29 Mar 2006, Jon Gorman wrote:
Honestly, I think you need to take a step back and get some tutorial
information on XSLT and try to have the stylesheet separate from the
Hmm... I guess I'm confused about your definition of "embedded
stylesheeet". My XML doc and XSLT file are seperate. When I mean "flat"
XSLT file, I'm talking about expanded values for <xsl:for-each> and
<xsl:if>, etc. I'm trying to see what my browser sees before it parses it,
as thats the only way I know how to debug a stylesheet. I'm not trying to
do anything fancier than take XML input and produce HTML output, but with
page. From what xsltproc is outputting, thats exactly what I'm getting.
I should ahve clarified my former statements by saying "When I take
xsltproc's output and look at it like an HTML file, it works." I.E. the
HTML output from xsltproc works as expected.. but IE is not. It complains
of things like "'FirstLink' is undefined", when it appears in my
xlsproc'ed output as a division name. That pretty much tells me that IE is
producing output thats completely different than xsltproc.
I totally understand that I need more tutorials regarding XSLT and XML,
but the truth of the matter is this: I can't find any good ones that
explain some of the finer points of what I'm attempting to do. Of course,
because I don't have formal training in the material, I'm probably not
explaining my problem the way it should be to get the answer I'm looking
for. Sorry about the confusion.