Subject: Doubt regarding content model of <xsl:template>|
From: "Amit Rekhi" <amitr@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 16 Nov 1998 16:29:05 +0530
Sorry for re-posting this question, the last time I posted it, it was reflected
all jumbled up due to my poor formatting
After having looked at the DTD defination of <xsl:template>
given in the XSL specification, I wonder whether it is syntactically
correct to be including elements like <HTML> etc
to the content of <xsl:template>.
The content model for <xsl:template> is :-
No where in the content model is there any mention of elements like :-
<HTML>,<HEAD> etc. So is it valid to have a pattern rule like :-
* Is this pattern rule syntactically correct according to the
content model defination of <xsl:template>?
* Is it syntactically correct to have <HTML>,<HEAD>
as content of <xsl:template> without having their mention
in the content model defination of <xsl:template>?
Thanks for any answers ,