Re: Current node position
I'm trying to generate html code for "Date 1 of 2", "Date 2 of 2", etc., from XML as below:
What is key is those nodes that are being "pushed" using <xsl:apply-templates/>
The following stylesheet fragment:
Yes, by restricting the processing to only push the date elements ... you would have something along the lines of the following in the processing of <a> in your example:
How else could it be done?
Independently of using position(), by counting the given elements:
... in which case it doesn't matter what nodes are being pushed because you aren't using position(). The above instruction will count the current node amongst like sibling nodes.
I hope this helps.
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