Re: mod position() tests positive all of the time
It is hard to answer your question without knowing the input. In a subsequent post, please add a minimum working set of your data that applies to your stylesheet. In addition, it helps a great deal if you show exactly how the unwanted and the wanted output looks like (and I wouldn't object to indentation for readability in xml and xslt). I added some notes nevertheless, see below.
Cheers, -- Abel Braaksma http://www.nuntia.nl
Allen Jones wrote:
Why did you choose to use call-template? Using apply-template and template matches is likely much easier.
<xsl:template name="results">What this does highly depends on your input. For instance, if you have a set of "object" nodes, and each has one "thumbnail" node, then this for-each will select all of them (as postion() is always for each first thumbnail node under object). Depending on your input, you may want to write this a little different for readability, but as far as I can tell, this code is not wrong per se.
This <tr> indeed will always show up, when you have at least one thumbnail in the xpath of the for-each. But I'm not certain I've understood your problem well enough. Next you apply the templates to the current thumbnail node and its first four siblings. Is this part working correctly?
</tr> </xsl:for-each> </table> </xsl:template>
Here you appear to output a bunch of values of label nodes. Is this part correctly working?
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