RE: Use of ampersands in name value pairs of a url
> This is a faq, > > Use & amp; in the stylesheet _without_ using d-o-e. > You can't use d-o-e in attribute values, but if you could, > you'd get an unescaped & in the src attribute which would > mean that you had non-well formed xML (if you are generating > xhtml) and invalid html if you are generating html. I think you've misunderstood my question here David, I'm well aware of well-formedness issues :) The problem is with the query string of the url (the bit after the ?). Afaik, name-value pairs need to separated ampersands, such as: ?one=value1&two=value2&three=value3 I know that url escaping allows for %26 to be used instead of ampersands - but apparently not for the separator, this needs to be an actual ampersand. What is the usual technique to create the query string in xsl?
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