> I understand what you are saying. I would have thought using > xsl:value-of to obtain the text from > > <p><i>This</i> is <b>bold</b> text</p> > > is pretty bad practice though and unextensible in the future. No, it's excellent practice if you're using "mixed content" (specifically, inline markup giving properties of individual words or characters where you want to ignore these properties), and it makes your code resilient to the introduction of new properties. Michael Kay http://www.saxonica.com/
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