Blond JB wrote: > > It's my first word here on this list! Well, welcome on board. > I'am a web developper and am working hard on XSL. So let me give you my > point of view on Daniel's template : Fine! But <img></img> is NOT HTML 4.0 > compliant! True - but it is XML compliant, and it's perfectly legal to use it in the way it was used in the first post. If this XSL fragment is used in a template with <xsl:output method="html" /> (as you mentioned), this will be processed with no problems, as there is nothing inside the <img></img> other than attributes. > Instead use the <xsl:element name="img"></xsl:element> This is also legal. -- Warren Hedley XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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