RE: creating container elements
> When I first approached this I tried using something such as > > <xsl:if test="postion() = 1"> > <container> > </xsl:if> > > but this complained as it was not valid XML. > Like many newcomers to XSLT, you are thinking in terms of tags rather than nodes. An XSLT stylesheet writes nodes to a result tree, not tags to a serial file, and you can't write half a node. Your problem is a grouping problem of some kind, and you should read http://www.jenitennison.com/xslt/grouping Michael Kay
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