RE: [xsl] linking troubles

Subject: RE: [xsl] linking troubles
From: "Rene de Vries" <RdVries@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 9 Nov 2001 12:03:35 +0100

I do the same with my XSL and have no problems.
I don't know what your generated HTML-code is looking like, but if you have
this to click:
	<a href="#anIdentifier">Description</a>
and your target is:
	<a name="anIdentifier">Description</a>
this should work.

If you have this to click:
	<a href="";>Description</a>
IE will open a second window for the site and will try to locate the
	<a name="anIdentifier">Description</a>
in there.

Greetings René
   {@   @}

"You don't need eyes to see, you need vision!"

-----Oorspronkelijk bericht-----
Van: owner-xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
[mailto:owner-xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]Namens Arend Vogtländer
Verzonden: vrijdag 9 november 2001 9:39
Aan: xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Onderwerp: [xsl] linking troubles

hello, i have some troubles with linking inside of a document.
i want to create a document with content-table linked to the contents in the
same document
from a xml file that has information about let´s say: a book , and a related
xsl-file to format it.
the style-transformations are done very well, but the functionalities seem
not to work, when i just send it to i-explorer.
or maybe just part of the functionalities, the <a name="bla"> jumpmarks.
i just checked the samples that you presented here, and i did it just like
that, i think.
i switched between <a name=""> and <a id=""> as jumpmark but none would
when i use a link created that way, it tries to open an new page, with
exactly the adress, that would be correct (name of the same site the link is
in, + #linkname) but as a new file, that i-expl can´t find.
i guess i have to parse and writedown first for that ?( i really don´t want
to )
too bad i had a unhandeled exception when i tried to do it with xalan, so i
couldn´t check that.
if you are not disturbed by it, could i send you the source, to have a brief
look at it ?


 XSL-List info and archive:

 XSL-List info and archive:

Current Thread