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Re: apply two different templates at the same time

Subject: Re: apply two different templates at the same time
From: Oliver Becker <obecker@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 31 Jan 2002 11:26:24 +0100 (MET)
xslt applying two templates
Hi Andrew,

> I have a load of data and a load of templates, and it all gets displayed
> nicely.  If any of the elements in the data contain an attribute 'mark="1"'
> then the data should be highlighted by changing its background colour.  The
> mark attribute can apply to any element in the data.
> Currently, I use two templates for each element - one matching just the
> element and one matching the element with the 'mark' attribute...

Create a new stylesheet with the following content:

<xsl:import href="your-original-stylesheet.xsl" />

<xsl:template match="*[@mark=1]">
     <xsl:apply-imports />

Probably <highlight> is actually something like <div class="marked"> ...

Use this new stylesheet and it should do what you want.
In "your-original-stylesheet.xsl" you don't have to care about the mark

I currently don't know if there's a simpler solution with XSLT 2.0


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