RE: [xsl] Omitting multiple namespaces in html output tag

Subject: RE: [xsl] Omitting multiple namespaces in html output tag
From: "Peter Eschenbrenner" <cen_sys@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sat, 1 Feb 2003 13:37:56 -0600
exclude-result-prefixes="dc rdf"

Put that in your stylesheet tag and they won't go through.  The list of
prefixes is white-space separated.

For reference:

Peter E.

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Subject: [xsl] Omitting multiple namespaces in html output tag

Hello - I'm generating xhtml documents with xslt.  My xml source
has several namespaces (dc:, rdf:, etc.).   I realize I must declare
in the xsl stylesheet, along with the xhtml default namespace.  The
problem is, all the namespace declarations are put within the <html> tag
thereby breaking validation of the result page.

Is there a way to omit all (or certain) namespaces that are declared in
the stylesheet from the result document?  I need the xhtml one to stay
for proper validation of xhtml.

I've even tried a taking the <html> out, printing it out literally, and
then all the namepsaces are added to the next tag (<head>).

Any thoughts?  I've search the web with no luck on this.  Thanks



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