Re: [xsl] stripping newlines

Subject: Re: [xsl] stripping newlines
From: Jeni Tennison <mail@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 5 Sep 2001 17:53:58 +0100
Hi Matt,

> i need...
> blah.setHTML('<table><tr><td><etc..../></td></tr></table>');
> but i always end up with...
> blah.setHTML('<table><tr>
> <td><etc..../></td>
> </tr></table>');
> or something like that. i don't know if there is anything that will
> do this in xslt, but i'd appreciate any help...

It's hard to tell without seeing your XSLT, but is it possible that
you're generating elements in the content of the script element,
rather than generating text? If you have:


in your XSLT stylesheet and you don't have a CDATA section wrapped
around it, then you're actually generating table elements in the
output rather than a string, which is what you should be generating.
My guess is that the XSLT processor is indenting your output nicely
for you, sees the tr element and thinks it can add whitespace.

So try:


Otherwise, send a snippet of the XSLT that's generating the Javascript.



Jeni Tennison

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