Subject: in XSL Author:Ian Brown-Gelb Date:06 Nov 1999 03:06 AM
First I wanted to compliment the developers of this product. It is much easier using this rather than editing, parsing and browsing. Life is much simpler.
Now to my question:
How can I get the XML parser that parses the XSL doc to not complain about the tags. I had to remove them all to get it to display. Without them, some of the words on the line look very bunched together.
Subject: in XSL Author:Omri Traub Date:08 Nov 1999 10:16 AM
is not a built-in XML attribute. So the XML parser does not understand it. There are two ways around it. You can either output the character reference   (the nbsp character) directly in your xsl templates, or you can add the following to the very top of your xsl stylesheet before the xsl:stylesheet tag (use xsl source view):
Note that '(' means '<' and ')' means '>'...
This will add an XML entity declaration to your xsl stylesheet. When the XML parser parses your stylesheet, it will replace all references with the right character.