Subject:XSL Wysiwyg problem Author:Jeff Connacher Date:11 Mar 2003 07:50 AM
Looking at the discussion around this topic it is easy to see how one loses pieces of the XML.
I have a similar problem in the
tag in a table. The "rowspan" attribute renders correctly when going from XSLT source to WYSIWYG but on returning the rowspan attribute simply disappears. This is quite annoying - how quickly is this likely to be fixed ?
Subject:XSL Wysiwyg problem Author:Jeff Connacher Date:11 Mar 2003 07:59 AM
Just a further point - while you talk about having to reconstruct the XML/XSL from the WYSIWYG view what is interesting is that if I put in an erroneous attribute like z="a" this does not get discarded although my rowspan does ?
Subject:Re: XSL Wysiwyg problem Author:Minollo I. Date:11 Mar 2003 11:53 PM
The problem is caused by one of the several unexpected behaviors of IE:
rowspan is not exposed by the HTML DOM, but it's only accessible through a
call to a special method... We have fixed the problem, and we are running
tests; we are planning to make an updated build available at the end of the