Re: select-element and style-rule

Subject: Re: select-element and style-rule
From: "Lisa Pease" <lisap@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 7 May 1998 14:55:51 -0700
I had tried inverting the style rule order - it had no effect. BUT - then I
read on the MS site that you had to first define a default style for all
elements, and when I included this first:


the rest worked fine.

-----Original Message-----
From: Alain DESEINE <alain@xxxxxxxxxxx>
To: xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx <xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thursday, May 07, 1998 1:47 PM
Subject: Re: select-element and style-rule

>Lisa Pease wrote:
>> Does the MSXML processor support the combination of select-element and
>> style-rule elements?
>> Here's the problem. I'm doing a list of Derby winners, and want to format
>> triple crown winners in red. The page comes out fine except that my style
>> rule indicating red for wherever the "tc" attribute is "yes" is ignored.
>> Here's the XSL information:
>> [...]
>> <style-rule>
>>  <target-element type="HORSE">
>>   <attribute name="tc" value="yes"/>
>>  </target-element>
>>  <apply color="red"/>
>> </style-rule>
>> [...]
>>  <TR><TD>Horse: </TD><TD color="black" font-style="italic">
>>  <select-elements>
>>   <target-element type="HORSE"/>
>>  </select-elements>
>>  </TD></TR>
>> [....]
>> Please help?? Thanks!
>Perharps should you invert the rules order. I think you should do the
>select-element first, and then the style-rule. If it don't work you can
>use a construction rule with a DIV or SPAN flow object if your target is
>Hope this help
>Alain From FRANCE.
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