Re: Is childNumber a MSXML function?

Subject: Re: Is childNumber a MSXML function?
From: "Chuck White" <chuck@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 03 Nov 1999 08:17:58 -0800
You'll find this helpful when determining which attributes can be used with
xsl:if and other elements:

You won't find the expr attribute in there for this element.


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>From: "Paul Johnson" <paul@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>To: XSL-List@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>Subject: Is childNumber a MSXML function?
>Date: Wed, Nov 3, 1999, 7:21 AM

> I have a piece of code in my XSL file that looks like this:
><xsl:if expr="(childNumber(this) % 2) == 0">
>It renders great in IE5, but when I try to use in in Cocoon, it totally 
>craps out.  I am just trying to make my style sheet according to the 
>standard, not Microsoft standard.
>Thanks IN advance,
>Paul R. Johnson
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