Re: Q.) Encode URL inside HTML Anchor Tag.

Subject: Re: Q.) Encode URL inside HTML Anchor Tag.
From: "Robert Herschke" <robert@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sat, 18 Nov 2000 00:02:15 +0100

for transforming the spaces to + you can use the XPath Function transform...

like this:
<a href="someurl?queryparam={transform(/some_xml_tag/a_query_param,'
','+')}">Click me</a>

But I don't know exactly, how  Cocoon implements the whole XPath

Good luck!
----- Original Message -----
From: "Stephen Cunliffe" <scunliffe@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: "XSL List" <xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Friday, November 17, 2000 11:15 PM
Subject: Q.) Encode URL inside HTML Anchor Tag.

> Hi:
> Is there a function/transformation available in XSL that will allow me
> to
> encode URLs in HTML files?  For example, let's say I have the following
> fragment:
> <some_xml_tag>
>    <a_query_param>Here is the value for query param</a_query_param>
> </some_xml_tag>
> And inside my XSL I have the following fragment:
> <a href="someurl?queryparam={/some_xml_tag/a_query_param}">Click me</a>
> Currently when all is said and done, I get a query that looks like:
> someurl?queryparam=Here is the value for queryparam
> When what I would really like is a well-formed HTTP query (spaces
> replaced
> with + etc...).
> So is something like that available already in XSL or am I going to have
> to
> write my own external function?
> BTW, I am using Cocoon 1.8
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