Re: Multiple attributes present and non-present
--- David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: > Normally though you don't need any of these tests as you just > copy (or apply-templates to) the set of attributes and so if they > are > not there nothing happens, you don't need to explictly test for > them > to be empty. > > If your attributes are there with empty values as in > <x ENCODINGANALOG=""> > then either they are that way in the source or your dtd is > defaulting > them in that way, in which case you might want to change the dtd. David, Yeah, you are right. I am learning the language, so I am writing my stylesheets and creating my own tagging system without the experience of more forethought. I have done the following: 1. I changed my DTD to from #REQUIRED to #IMPLIED for these attributes. 2. Since there is a one for one relationship between the attributes I am having problems with, I have done a search and replace in my documents so I don't have to change the name of the attribute and therefore get an empty attribute as a result of my style sheet. thanks again for your patience, Mike F. p.s. Could you reply giving an example of such a template? __________________________________________________ Do You Yahoo!? Try FREE Yahoo! Mail - the world's greatest free email! http://mail.yahoo.com/ XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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