Hello, I'm interested in how to do a cross-reference using XSL. Here's the specific example I'm grappling with: Let's say my document has <title> elements that serve as section titles, and they are formatted with heading numbers (like "1.1 Introduction") that are created by a rule that inserts an xsl:number. I want to create a cross-reference to a certain <title>, but I don't just want to take its content ("Introduction") - I want its number as well, so my text comes out to "See Section 1.1 Introduction". How do I do this? Also: does the scenario become more complicated if I don't want to retain any block-level formatting the <title> element has? In other words, I want the cross-reference to be formatted like the paragraph that contains it (same font, size, etc.), not like the title element itself. Thanks for any help. Oren Hadar Application Designer Interleaf, Inc. ohadar@xxxxxxxxxxxxx XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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