RE: Can I force XSLT to output the long-form of an el
[Chris Loschen] > Several people suggested forcing a space (or a non-breaking > space) into the > empty anchor tag so > that it would no longer be empty, but that would add an extra > space into my > copy (which would > mean that the content is incorrect), and in any case, I'd end > up with an > underlined (hyperlinked) > space which I don't want. These are actually intended to be > target anchors, > not clickable hyperlinks. If the result is going to displayed in a browser, an internal anchor (that is, an <a> element with no href attribute and with a name or id attribute) does __not__ display as an underlined hyperlink. Example - This is <a name='a1'>an anchor</a>. So in fact you can have your anchor enclose content without looking like a link. Cheers, Tom P XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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