Re: [xsl] Building a html menu using in page links

Subject: Re: [xsl] Building a html menu using in page links
From: S Woodside <sbwoodside@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 10 Sep 2003 12:35:25 -0400
Why not use the title as the section name as well? So,

<a name="foo">foo</a>
<a name="bar">bar</a>

otherwise, check out xsl:number ... read the FAQ section on numbering for lots of info on how to do this.


On Wednesday, September 10, 2003, at 12:34 AM, ausec@xxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:

I have some xml that looks like this:

    <content>something else</content>

I would like to create a html menu using in page links:

<a name="section1">foo</a>
<a name="section2">bar</a>

that link to:

<a href="#section1">foo</a>
<a href="#section2">bar</a>

in the same page.

I have a match="section" template and a BuildMenu template. I think
counting the sections somehow would be best in case a title is duplicated.
The name doesn't really matter as long as I can create the same name for
the same section in both the section template and the menu template, which
is the hard part.

I think position() might be the answer, but I'm not sure how to do it?

Thanks for any help, it's hard to search for this particular problem,

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