Re: Re: How to strip partial text?
On 3/17/06, Gerard Bierens <gerard.bierens@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: > I'm giving out a monthly list of new library books, and now the idea > is to add amazon images for the bookcovers. This code below should do > the trick: > > > <xsl:element name="img"> > <xsl:attribute name="src"> > http://images.amazon.com/images/P/<xsl:value-of select="isbn/isbnprim" > />.01.THUMBZZZ</xsl:attribute> > </xsl:element> > > Now, in the xml file there is a field for the neccecary ISBN-number, > the problem only is that the default output of that field looks like > this: ISBN 0596005423. To get this to work, I need to strip off the > 'ISBN ' part. My knowledge of XSL is too limited to get this working, > anybody want to help me out here? > Use substring-after() cheers andrew
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