Re: [xsl] Table <br/> conversion

Subject: Re: [xsl] Table <br/> conversion
From: David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 20 Feb 2004 09:47:17 GMT
  Do anyone of you know how to enable an item in a table
  to go to next line without using <br/>

Just decide what html markup you want, and then get xslt to produce
it. XSLT knows _nothing_ about rendering html.

  If you are doing the xsl, if you used 
  <xsl:value-of select="'&#10;'"/> in the table, it
  won't works.  It won't go to the next line.

That produces a newline in teh html file but if you have an html file of


then it will render as one two three

as in html newlines render as a space unless they are in a <pre> element
or some equivalent css.

So to get a newline in the output you just need to make a newline in
your file (as you have done) togetjer with some markup such as pre or a
css class on the table entry and a css rule  setting the white space
property to preserve newlines, or you need to use markup, eith a br or
wrap each paragraph in a p or div.


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