Re: Nodes have the same level
Sorry about the cut off message that happened earlier......long story short something dropped on my keyboard and I'm not quite sure what magic combination of keys it managed to hit. As I was saying, wrap it in a root node <root> <text:p>...</text:p> <text:p>...</text:p> </root> then you can have a template that has <xsl:template match="text:p"> It's not even clear what the problem is since typically for-each would also iterate over a node set of items all at the same level. Also, if part of the problem is you want to get the name for an element from an attribute in the input XSL, it's not too hard. There were just some questions in a similar vein asked a few days ago. The archives should have the info. Unless of course this is all just another namespace issue. (Ie you tried the "for-each" but it's just not returning anything.) Namespace is a common beginner's probelm, again see the archives and the FAQ. Jon Gorman
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