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Michele BozzoSubject: Html->Html transformation
Author: Michele Bozzo
Date: 16 Apr 2004 11:26 AM
Hi everyone,
i try to transform a HTML page in another HTML page,
but if the source have the xmlns attribute in <HTML> tag
the transformation don't run.

thank's who can help me.

ps: i believe the xslt code is not necessary...

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Alberto MassariSubject: Re: Html->Html transformation
Author: Alberto Massari
Date: 16 Apr 2004 02:32 PM
Hi Michele,

At 11.29 16/04/2004 -0400, stylus-studio-tech Listmanager wrote:
>From: "Michele Bozzo"
><michele.bozzo@tiscali.it>
>
>Hi everyone,
>i try to transform a HTML page in another HTML page,
>but if the source have the xmlns attribute in tag
>the transformation don't run.

First of all, you need to be sure that the source HTML is valid XML, that
is, it's really XHTML; otherwise a XSL transformation cannot process it.
The fact that you name an uppercase HTML tag makes me think this is not the
case.

>thank's who can help me.
>
>ps: i believe the xslt code is not necessary...

Having a look at the HTML and XSL files could be helpful; if you prefer not
to post them in a public forum, you can send them privately to my e-mail
address

Alberto


 
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