RE: [xsl] Looking to understand how this works?

Subject: RE: [xsl] Looking to understand how this works?
From: Américo Albuquerque <aalbuquerque@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 11 Apr 2003 14:16:37 +0100

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> Kathy Burke
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> Subject: [xsl] Looking to understand how this works?
> Americo Albuquerque sent me some wonderful code to lay out 
> outlined steps using table/cells and a space variable. 
> Although I understand there are alternatives, I actually 
> could understand most of this!  But I would love to
> understand:
> (1) The significance of the math to calculate the space 
> variable? Take the count (ie level) of the step multiply by 
> 12 + 1 multiply by 7...just curious.

Ok. 12 is the number of spaces to put (could be any other number).
Multiplied by the step level so you get level*(12 spaces). 7 is the width
in pixels of each space (this could also be any other number). The +1 is
just I don't get width="0", it will be at least 1 space width.

This is used in <table width="space width">

An alternative to this was post by Wendell as:
<xsl:for-each select="ancestor::step">

> (2) What does the line <xsl:apply-templates 
> select="*[not(self::step)]"/> mean?

Here we apply-templates to all childs except step ones.

Hope that this helps you

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