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Subject: Re: foreach, preceding-sibling::node() and following-sibling::node()
From: David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 26 Oct 2005 10:32:52 +0100
preceding sibling
> Actually, I do want the content between the two idlinks and, that's where
> I'm stuck. This is what I need:
> Xml input file:

In your requested outpuit you do not show the text between the idlinks
node as appearing inside an <a> link. (That would be possible to do, but
harder) you just show each idlink making a separate <a> link, just using
it's content, which is what the template that I showed does.
If you are not getting the <i>in vacuo</i> and .. text then your problem
has nothing to do with the link handling: perhaps you are not applying
templates to the chhildren of abs ?


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