Re: [xsl] xml and xslt to html attribute problems

Subject: Re: [xsl] xml and xslt to html attribute problems
From: Michael Olszynski <m.olszynski@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 29 Oct 2003 10:58:05 +0100
@ Richard: Yes I´ll have multiple <br> in on line, but I guess I can´t use your code. Or can I? I don´t know how powerful substring can be with a loop around the @name. Eitherway it´s a very good idea!

@Emannuil: <topic name="Mygreatlongword&lt;br&gt;onabeautifulmorning"> won´t work, because my html output will be <td>Mygreatlongword&lt;br&gr;onabeautifulmorning </td>

@Jarno: Thanks for your hint. The &#xA; is working fine. You recommended me to read the FAQ how to replace the linefeed. Which FAQ? Do you have a hyperlink on that?

Thanks in advance,

Take care Michael

Richard Lewis wrote:


Will there always be exactly one <br> in the topic/@name attribute?

If so, you could use the XPath substring-before() and substring-after() functions:

	<xsl:value-of select="substring-before(@name, '<br>')" />
	<br />
	<xsl:value-of select="substring-after(@name, '<br>')" />

Don't forget also that <br /> is an empty element and, according to XHTML specs it must have a closing slash ;-)

Another thing would be to have multiple attributes in the <topic> element...


Hello, I want to use sth. like

<topic name="Mygreatlongword<br>onabeautifulmorning">

with following xslt code

<td>    <xsl:value-of select="@name"/>

to get this html code


But I can´t use a <br> in the quotes in my xml file. Is there any other

Thanks Take care Michael

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