From: Marcus Andersson <marcus@xxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 29 Jul 2004 09:48:41 +0200
<xsl:stylesheet ...> <!-- 1 is the default here if you don't pass the param--> <xsl:param name="page" select="1"/>
Michael & Vasu -
Thanks, I finally found documentation that said the same. I just now got the emails, sorry for the delayed response.
OK. I am building my own photogallery. As a side, yes, I know it's all been done before. But hey, I want it my way! Besides, I am learning.
So, in a nutshell, i was hoping my index.xml could
parse the url, update $page, and use-- <xml:for-each select="image[position() > $row * $col *
($page - 1) and position() < $row * $col * $page]">
Thanks for any help and suggestions!
--- Michael Kay <mhk@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I want to parse the URL of my page and update an
You can't update XSLT variables.
Now tell us your real problem (to which you thought the above might be a solution).
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