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Subject: Navigation using XSLT
From: Christophe COLLS <chriscolls6003@xxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 24 Jul 2006 10:06:42 +0000
xslt navigation
Hi,

I use for my site a template system based upon smarty. Using XSLT to construct other pages site, I want use XSLT et stop to use the template system.

My page named "index" use XML data to change navigation tabs of my page via XSLT. This works well. And I cannot use XSLT to include the strings that contain data for the navigation part or content part.

With template system : I include strings (using template system) who contains xhtml (like xhtml, xforms) into "index " page :
My "index" page call php program in other directories. This php programs gives strings to "index" page that inject this in xhtml code using template system.




I want to do this using XSLT. And I cannot do it. I tried using parameters, merging two DOM trees (but I've a great problem with namespace)...

Can I use XSLT instruction to include string (that contains xhtml or xforms code) in stylesheet ?

Thanks a lot for answers.

Christophe





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