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Victoria LuSubject: How do I remove the text string after I modified it as url line
Author: Victoria Lu
Date: 11 Jul 2011 02:29 PM
Hello ,

I have a source file, output file and my xsl coding file attached here.

Two problems:
I want to keep all rest but xfer only each string which in curly {} as,
1. {Vocabulary 1 [module mod-llfrl01m02-0-vocabulary]}
2. {From
<strong class="foreign-language">Bonjour</strong> to
<strong class="foreign-language">Au revoir</strong> [module mod-llfrl01m03-0-grammar]}

1. <a href="rhll-module://mod-llfrl01m02-0-vocabulary
">Vocabulary 1</a>
2. <a href="rhll-module://mod-llfrl01m03-0-grammar">From
<strong class="foreign-language">Bonjour</strong> to
<strong class="foreign-language">Au revoir</strong></a>

But my code couln't get it correct. Either getting a redundant text string or wouldn't xfer at all.

How do I split the source file in to two output files by each
<p class="Newfile">content-...-3-tip.html</p> and with its following <p> tag,
and use it value: content-...-3-tip.html for each output file name?

And How do I rand the process for it?

Please please help me out!


source sample file

xsl script file

output file

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