Subject: Re: [xsl] Re: how to apply an XSL transformation on a "pseudo-HTML" file|
From: Fabrice Estiévenart <fe@xxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 17 Dec 2003 12:14:35 +0100
"Fabrice Estiévenart" <fe@xxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:188.8.131.52.0.20031217112114.0301b8c0@xxxxxxxxxxxx > hi, > > i'd like to transform an pseudo-html file - i.e. html file including some > user-defined tags such as <meta:element>, <meta:value>,... - with an XSL > stylesheet > > tools such as tidy do not help me because they do not recognize my tags and > remove/move them > > could XSL directly be applied on such an html file ?
The answer depends on whether the "pseudo-html file" is a well-formed xml document or not. If the source file is not a well-formed xml document, then an XSLT processor cannot be used (directly) to perform a transformation on it.
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