Default Rendering of HTML?
My apologies for the stupid newbie question...... I've been playing with XML/XSL for a while, and haven't yet been able to figure this out. The HTML code does not get rendered properly if I create an element like this: <testelement> <h1>Title</h1> <p>This is some <strong>text</strong></p> </testelement> I've done some research into this and suspect it's because I'm using <xsl:apply-templates match="/">. As I understand things, this means I then need to create a template for each of the HTML tags. Other research suggests that I may need to somehow mark the tag as containing CDATA, but this is a bit over my head at this time. Is there a better way to reference the contents of <testelement> and fall back to default browser behavior for the embedded HTML? If it helps any, I'm using PHP to transform my XML/XSL. Thanks for any tips. Shawn
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