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Subject: Re: xml and xslt to html attribute problems
From: Michael Olszynski <m.olszynski@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 29 Oct 2003 12:11:58 +0100
neuroticfish velocity
What is "d-o-e on the xsl:value-of"?
Can you give ma an example of this? I never heard about that before. Perhaps I can use that, too :-)
Thanks in advance Michael

Jarno.Elovirta@xxxxxxxxx wrote:


@Emannuil: <topic


won´t work, because my html output will be <td>Mygreatlongword&lt;br&gr;onabeautifulmorning </td>

No it won't. It'll be

<td>Mygreatlongword<br>onabeautifulmorning </td>

It would be if you used d-o-e on the xsl:value-of, but without it the LESS-THAN SIGN will be normally escaped to &lt; or &#x3C;.


Jarno - neuroticfish: velocity (club mix)

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