RE: include text file
Mike Brown > Has anyone done this kind of thing with non-well-formed HTML? > I mean, if > even non-well-formed HTML can be parsed into a DOM, and a DOM > can be used > as input to an XSLT processor, it seems to follow that an extension > function like foo:html-document() would be feasible as an > analog to the > explicitly XML-specific document() function. You wouldn't > even need a DOM > to do it. Having such an extension function would alleviate a > very common > source of frustration among people trying to generate composite HTML > documents. Which would increase the crap found on websites relative to XSLT produced HTML today? One of the advantages of producing html via XSLT is that its at least well formed. -1 for me on this one Mike. Regards DaveP XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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