Re: [xsl] a quick question re:   html entity

Subject: Re: [xsl] a quick question re:   html entity
From: Marco Guazzone <sguazt@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 6 Feb 2003 09:29:49 +0100 (CET)
my advice is to use a numerical entity; so for "&nbsp;" you could just
An alternative, if you prefer to write it in a symbolic way you can:
1) add <!ENTITY > declaration in the DTD of your sheet
2) you can create a named template like this:
   <xsl:template name="ent:nbsp">
3) AVOID THIS: use xsl:text with 'disable-output-escaping="yes"' attribute
   and do this: <xsl:text
   but this way is NOT THE RIGHT ONE.
   THINK TWICE BEFORE USING disable-output-escaping :))
Hope this helps!

Marco Guazzone
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On Thu, 6 Feb 2003, Terence wrote:

> Hi there everybody!
> how does one insert an &nbsp; into the result tree (I'm producing HTML)?
> for that matter, how does one insert non-xml standard(?) entities into a 
> result tree?
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