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Subject: Re: XSL-T should naturally loop? not grabbing all the children node-sets..|
From: Abel Braaksma <abel.online@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 22 Apr 2008 18:26:14 +0200
If David Carlisle's stylesheet still isn't what you are after, I think
you should provide an indented version of what you expect to be output.
Telling how it looks takes you a lot of time, understanding it can even
be harder (we cannot look in your head).
since the examples you showed us still don't contain any necessary tree
traversal code, i am not wondering why it is not working. If you start
out with a new language, it is often a good idea to make your working
code as small as possible. Remove everything, try to match each
"category" or "info" and output there names. Then go from there. That
will make it a lot easier. And don't start parameterizing your code
until you have a working version without parameters.
Good luck with it!
Dan Acuff wrote:
Each Node-set should be in their own separate set of divs, elements etc.
So for the first sub-cat there would be only 1 div returned on the
category page for:
<titletag>C1SUB1 Products from our store
- 9 Words for best SEO</titletag>
But for Category Two, the category page would disply 3 divs ( the third
div however would link to yet another category page because it is as you
can see the parent of 2 sub-sub category node-sets.
From: David Carlisle [mailto:davidc@xxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Tuesday, April 22, 2008 12:02 PM
Subject: Re: XSL-T should naturally loop? not grabbing all the
If I run your orignal stylesheet I get
saxon loop.xml loop.xsl paraCatagory=c2_products
<div class="cat_module">sub-Category c2_sub1<br> <a
As I mentioned xsl:value-of (and attribute value templates) in xslt 1.0
just give the string value of the first node.
It's possible to fix that but if you change xsl:version to 2.0 and use
an xslt 2 processor you get
saxon9 loop.xml loop.xsl paraCatagory=c2_products
<div class="cat_module">sub-Category c2_sub1 sub-Category c2_sub2
sub-Category c2_sub3<br> <a href="/products/c2_products/c2_sub1_products
<img src="/imagesEdp/default_sm.jpg /imagesEdp/default_sm.jpg
/imagesEdp/default_sm.jpg"> </a> </div> </div>
With all the values put in the same href, which presumably is not really
what you want.
if you said what output you do want given your original document and a
parameter of paraCatagory=c2_products then probably someone could
supply some working code.
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