apply-templates and XHTML's <p> tag
This would be none too hard in Perl. But I am stumped for it in XSLT. When one does...
...XSLT seeks out and does all the <foo> tags and inflicts the foo template to them. I get that.
But when parsing an XHTML <p> tag, it may have text mish-mashed in and between <b> and <i> and <span> tags...in no fixed order.
I will lose all the style stuff if I just do...
<xsl:template match="p"> <xsl:value-of select="."/> </xsl:template>
...as the <b>, <i> and <span> will go bye-bye with all their text siphoned out from them, yes? I don't want that, obviously.
Cool would be to split <p> into a sequence of <foo> tags with the <b> and <i> as attributes for some, not on others.
Can someone point me at a tutorial or how-to which illustrates an XSLT-ish method for dealing sequentially with a mixed bunch of text and tags?
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