Subject:When will we see sub-templates displayed in WYSIWY Author:Damian Arvizu Date:12 Jun 2000 05:56 PM
When I try to import existing xslt into the application, I find that I cannot access my sub-templates. It just shows a template title. Unfortunately, there is no way to expand and work within the important template. I'd like to keep my code as clean as possible by not having my entire root template doing all of the menial tasks and loops. Is there any way to display and edit the sub node templates within the graphical editor?
Likewise, logic tags like "xsl:choose" or "xsl:if" do not show the logic within the WYSIWYG viewer. They only show that a logic tag exists. Is there a way to create and edit these specific tags within the graphical editor?
Subject:When will we see sub-templates displayed in WYSIWY Author:(Deleted User) Date:12 Jun 2000 06:08 PM
If you have a root template that uses xsl:call-template to instantiate named templates, you will be able to edit the contents of those named templates in WYSIWYG. Passing through xsl:apply-templates calls causes WYSIWYG output not to change according to the current input document.
Stylus WYSIWYG does not currently support editing of XSL flow-control constructs, although it may eventually.