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Subject: Re: Apply-templates - how to omit top level element tags?
From: David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 8 Sep 2005 23:06:41 +0100
intent to reapply template
					<!-- THIS IS WHAT I NEEDED -->

That works but makes things look a lot more complicated than need be.
You probably just want to replace all that by
<xsl:apply-templates select="Name"/>

and have
<xsl:template match="Guide/Name">

That's probably a more natural xslt coding style.

> Oh, and here's the resultant HTML (I think I needed <xsl:output> to omit
> the XML markup):

No xsl:output doen't affect the output of xml elements (only elements
inno namespace with the names of html elements) html output would have
been the default if <html> had been your top level element but you have
output a top level <How-To-Select> element, was that intentional?
If you intent to have an xml file that carries some html content you do
not want to use the html output method as the result will not be well
formed xml in general (as your example shows meta doesn't have a closing


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