Re: Using Xlink and XPointer with XSLT
Hello David, > Yes it is, you just want to use th edocument function. To follow an html link you'd have something like > <xsl:template match="a[@href]"> > <xsl:apply-templates select="document(@href)"/> > </xsl:template> > [...] > You use xlink in your source, and follow the xlink with document(). Ok, that is understood. But I think something like document(@xlink:href/xpointer(id('mark'))) isn't possible, or am I wrong? I would like it more to have only to 'pick up' the elements I need from the target document and not the whole document. In my opinion it would be more elegant doing it that way ;-). > > I don't know what XSLT processor (or library) you're referring to. > Ah, he'll be upset now:-) That was not my intention :-). Perhaps someone can tell me about the previously mentioned tools or provide a link or two. Thanks! Jens XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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