This one time, at band camp, "Joe Fawcett" <joefawcett@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > Including a doc is the same as copy and paste, it's just means changes to > include are automatically propagated. Normally if two templates match the > same nodes with the same xpath and mode then the one last in document order > has priority so you could try including after the main doc. I think that If > you can alter the non-included doc then I believe you can set a lower > priority on the necessary templates. Add priority="-1" to the one that > matches root on the non-included stylesheet. Thanks for your reply, I have been toying with a few things but still no cigar. I have my doc1.xsl set with a <xsl:template match="/"> http://www.phpro.org/doc1.xsl and the include xsl document with the template match as <xsl:template match="/rootnode"> >From this I get the main doc1.xsl as the 'dominant' one and the doc2.xsl is not displayed. If I change doc1.xsl to <xsl:template match="/rootnode"> and have doc2.xsl as <xsl:template match="/"> I get the second doc showing and not the main one. I gather from this that the if the match is "/" then It will take precedence over /rootnode. Do I need to be using something else? Kind regards Kevin -- ______ (_____ \ _____) ) ____ ____ ____ ____ | ____/ / _ ) / _ | / ___) / _ ) | | ( (/ / ( ( | |( (___ ( (/ / |_| \____) \_||_| \____) \____) Kevin Waterson Port Macquarie, Australia XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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