[xsl] outputting &nbsp to HTML (about)

Subject: [xsl] outputting &nbsp to HTML (about)
From: Aniceto López <aniceto@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 14 Dec 2001 12:10:41 +0100
Charly or whoever: NEVER say "Oh I'm so sorry, I'm a beginner, I didn't know
blah blah....."

every guru had a first day and if somebody gets a little bit upset for
questions in the list forget him/her.

not everybody had time and money to study in an university, not everybody
has time to study at
home in free hours, some of us just learn as we work for money so solutions
are welkome in the
middle of the laboral pression and not everybody want to be a guru (all
respects for them)
I try to learn as much as possible but I can't spend the "whole day" going
deeper in the magic
world of xslt
should I get the guru status first before triyng to help a little bit a
newbie as me?

<xsl:text disable-output-escaping="yes">&#38;nbsp;</xsl:text> is a valid
solution for me (it works,
no joke), maybe not the best (guru point of view), so what? 3 weeks ago I
was about to end in a
heavy carcrash so this means nothing to me as you can understand.

no need to be a "code-taliban" if newbies spupid questoins are not welkome
in list just tell me, I'll quit

anyway David C. / Julian is right, looking for info in archives (first) is a
must for newbies like me

(comentaries are welkome)


Aniceto Lopez

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