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Subject: Re: How to overrite default rendering toretain name=value attribute pairs
From: David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 15 Jun 2007 13:43:06 +0100
Re:  How to overrite default rendering toretain   name=
>  (selected=true) a

selected="true" is not valid html or xhtml (although xslt will generate
it if you want).

It should be selected=selected (shich may be serialised as just selected
in html)

> Results in <option selected>xxx</option>, without ="TRUE" thereby
> becoming an INVALID XML

that is a bug in your XSLT engine. If you are using the XML output type
<xsl:output method="xml"/>
which is what you want to use, given your requirement to generate well
formed xml) then this attribute minimisation should never happen.
if you are using the html output
<xsl:output method="html"/>
<option selected="selected">
may be (and probably would be) serialised as
<option selected>
<option selected = "true">
should be serialised as
<option selected = "true">


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