Re: [xsl] embedding xsl within javascript

Subject: Re: [xsl] embedding xsl within javascript
From: David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 29 Jul 2004 16:16:17 +0100
> so what happens is that the {$ImgDir} doesn't get processed 

where did that "so" come from?

What do you mean that it didn't get processed, that you got an undefined
variable error from xslt or that it put literally {$ImgDir} into the
output or...

Note when debbugging this sort of thing don't look at the genearted html
in a browser, look directly at the html in a text editor to see what's
being generated.

  **but** the rollover state doesn't seem to actually function... how odd.

Again that's an html/javascript question not an xslt one. save the
generated html to a file, load it into your browser. If it doesn't work,
hand edit teh javascript until it does, then go back to teh xslt and
generate the javascript you need.


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