[xsl] escaping tags

Subject: [xsl] escaping tags
From: "Andrew Maclean" <andyjmaclean@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 04 Feb 2004 13:51:14 +0000
Dear all,

The following xsl is invalid:

<xsl:if test="aTest">

But what if I WANTED to open the tag here without closing it? Is there a way to escape the "<" and the ">"? I know you can use "&lt;"/"&gt;" but these remain as "&lt;" / "&gt;" in the HTML.

I want to write HTML tags in a tamplate but WITHOUT closing them exactly where I open them (I want to close them at a grater level of recursion)

Is this even possible?


Mr Andrew Maclean

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