In all your replies and examples you fail to show that you apply xsl:apply-templates somewhere in your matching template. Hence, it can only match once, because you instruct the processor *not* to continue.
Don't start trying difficult axes when you don't need to (sell, the descendant axis is not difficult, but all you need is the default child axis). Like I said in a previous post: try to keep it simple at first. Also, try the fully working example of David Carlisle sent in this thread, four messages prior to this one (and answer his post, he took the time to create a working example).
On a side note: keep the mail subject intact while in the same thread, that is easier for the archive, which is collected per subject.
Kind regards, -- Abel Braaksma
Dan Acuff wrote:
Do I want to use the Descendant predicate to get all nodeset children of the one I match on?
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