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Subject: Re: strip-spaces
From: Steven Ericsson-Zenith <steven@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 5 Feb 2008 09:49:43 -0800
Re:  strip-spaces
Having done that I note that an xmlns tag is now on some nodes and not on others.

1. why has the serializer placed these tags on any node (for example, some <p> node and not others)?
2. how can I get rid of them (globally specify the namespace) because these tags significantly increase the file size?

I assume the fact that the serializer has been selective tells me something about the way I've written the template - what have I done wrong?


With respect,

On Feb 5, 2008, at 9:24 AM, David Carlisle wrote:

When you say add xmlns="http://www.w3.or/1999/xhtml" to the style
sheet where, exactly, should these name space assignments be added?

any element that is or is an ancestor of the literal result element or
xsl:eleemnt that is creating the element, so normally you just need this
once (per stylesheet file) on the xsl:stylesheet element. Note if your
stylesheet includes or imports several stylesheets then they all need
the namespace declarations.


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