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Re: Should be simple -- XSLT on XHTML document

Subject: Re: Should be simple -- XSLT on XHTML document
From: Miloslav Nic <nicmila@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 14 Aug 2000 09:42:26 +0200
Re: Should be simple -- XSLT on XHTML document
Namespaces gave me quite a headache when I started to use them a year
Now I cannot understand why I could not understand :)

Try :

I hope you will find it helpful

Kynn Bartlett wrote:
> At 10:17 PM -0600 8/13/00, Mike Brown wrote:
> >  > <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">
> >All the elements from there on down are in that namespace. When you refer
> >to one of these elements in a match pattern in your stylesheet, the
> >preferred way to do it is by a Qname that represents its expanded-name. To
> >do this you have to bind a prefix to the namespace URI, then use the
> >prefix in conjunction with the element name, like this:
> Aha!  It's so _obvious_ once you explain it.
> Thank you very much, Mike.  This answers a lot and points out yet
> another hole in my XSL understanding. :)
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> --
> Kynn Bartlett <kynn@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
> http://www.kynn.com/
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