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RE: mixture of XML and HTML in result

Subject: RE: mixture of XML and HTML in result
From: "Andrew Welch" <AWelch@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 8 Jan 2004 15:24:13 -0000
RE:  mixture of XML and HTML in result
> I need to build a page containing both html and xml.  In 
> order for the proper xml to be built, I must use the xsl 
> output of xml.  However, I also need non-breaking spaces 
> within the html sections.  What I can't determine is how to 
> litterally emit &#160; in the result. 
> <xsl:text>&#160;</xsl:text> works fine only when the output 
> method is html. Thoughts? Larry

Just use &#160; in your stylesheet - although you can't see the 6
characters '& # 1 6 0 ;' in your output, the character that the
character reference references :) is still there.  HTML doesn't
normalize this kind of white space, so its ok.

For example, try:

<xsl:template match="/">
  Tree here<br/>

You will see that the text is indented as you intended.


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