Re: Using COUNT to create unique anchors
> I assume it does the former because every node is a child of the parent > node of the document. As such, there maybe isn't away around that? use the from attribute on xsl:number to limit how far up the tree it goes. (or use substring-after($n,'1.') if you prefer) David
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