String sequence as key match
Hey list, I used to use a key declaration like this <xsl:key name="element-by-class" match="h:*" use="@class"/> to match XHTML elements like <p class="Quote"> by supplying a classname: key('element-by-class', 'Quote') But now I have changed my XHTML input so that the class attribute can actually include multiple classnames, for example: <p class="Quote Text_body"> I managed to fix my template matches by using h:p[@class/tokenize(., ' ') = 'Quote'] instead of simply h:p[@class = 'Quote']. But what about that key declaration, can I change it in the same way to take into account every classname from the @class attribute? Maybe using contains() or tokenize() somehow? So that key('element-by-class', 'Quote') would still match an element if one of its classnames is 'Quote'. Thanks, Martynas odt2epub.com
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