Subject: Re: [xsl] question about construct of xml tag with namespace|
From: Vyacheslav Sedov <vyacheslav.sedov@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 1 Jun 2009 03:19:59 +0400
they are same when xmlns:content="content" declared at ancestor for second case <encoded xmlns="content">some content</encoded> is prefered in most cases (see XHTML, ODF, OOXML) <content:encoded>some content</content:encoded> is used mostly in cases when elements from other namespaces mostly mixed (xslt is good example - we are usually use xsl: prefix) with best wishes, Slav On Mon, Jun 1, 2009 at 2:49 AM, Dmitri Snytkine <d.snytkine@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: > Hello! > > This is not specific to xslt, it's related to xml in general. > > Are these 2 tags basically the same: > > <encoded xmlns="content">some content</encoded> > > and > <content:encoded>some content</content:encoded> > > If they are the same, then which one is better to use?