Re: Turning escaped HTML back to markup
I am exporting an Access 2003 database as XML. Some of the fields should contain HTML, but the XML export from Access seems to escape the angle brackets. So three questions:
Assuming your stylesheet wants to output HTML then disable-output-escaping helps, as long as the processor supports it:
<xsl:value-of select="foo" disable-output-escaping="yes"/>
Assuming the escaped markup is well-formed XML (which unfortunately HTML often is not) then you can try to parse it with an extension function like saxon:parse
Today's thread "fault tolerant saxon:parse" also suggests you can parse HTML tag soup by pluggin in the TagSoup parser.
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