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Subject: Re: [xsl] How to parse user input?
From: Marian Olteanu <mou_softwin@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 3 Jan 2005 18:10:31 -0800 (PST)

Minimal change in your code
<p class="last"><xsl:apply-templates select="user_input/p"/>
 		<img src="/public/images/arrowRight.gif" alt="" width="8" height="8" title=""></img>
</p>
Changed "user_input" into "user_input/p"
This might or might not work, depending if the user input is multi-paragraph (the output might not
be the desired output using this code) or single-paragraph (it will work for sure)

--- Tiffany Blake <Tiffany_Blake@xxxxxxx> wrote:

> i have an xml file where the user inputs content, but the xml automatically embeds paragraph
> tags around the content.
> 
> 	<p>this is what the user inputs</p>
> 
> then when my presentation file transforms it, an extra pair of paragraph tags is generated as a
> result, which causes the gif file to appear on a separate line:
> 
> 	<p class="last"><p>this is what the user inputs</p><img src="images/arrowRight.gif" alt=""
> width="8" height="8" title=""></p>
> 
> xsl used:
> 
> <p class="last"><xsl:apply-templates select="user_input"/>
> 		<img src="/public/images/arrowRight.gif" alt="" width="8" height="8" title=""></img>
> </p>
> 
> how do i parse the only text the user input, stripping the <p> tags to get the desired result? 
> do i then need to concatenate with the gif file?
> 
> desired result:
> 
> 	<p class="last">this is what the user inputs<img src="images/arrowRight.gif" alt="" width="8"
> height="8" title=""></p>
> 
> thanks for your help,
> tiffany_blake@xxxxxxx
> 
> 


=====
Marian
http://www.utdallas.edu/~mgo031000/

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