Re: [xsl] Alternating Odd and Even with a twist

Subject: Re: [xsl] Alternating Odd and Even with a twist
From: Kuhns Matt <kuhns_m@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 18 Oct 2002 06:57:30 -0700 (PDT)
Kuhns Matt wrote:
> I want to alternate rows between a odd and even
> in my CSS. The twist is that If there is no
> information in the tag I don't want to print and I
> want to maintain my odd and even structure. The html
> would look like this
> <class="rowodd">Hi</class>
> <class="roweven">How are you?</class>
> <class="rowodd">Bye</class>
> xml:
> <item1>Hi</item1>
> <item2>How are you?</item2>
> <item3>Bye</item3>
> but say there was no information where How are you?
> I want it to go:
> <class="rowodd">Hi</class>
> <class="roweven">Bye</class>
> xml:
> <item1>Hi</item1>
> <item3>Bye</item3>
> I can get the text not to print, but how do I assign
> the classes? 

I hope your elements are *not* named item1, item2,
But if you really want:
        <xsl:when test="position() mod 2 = 0">
(Beware: untested)

I'm not sure what the "twist" is, it's a standard


I'm sorry my description was a little misleading:
<Client>How are you?</Client>
So you couldn't parse the string and get the string

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