Re: [xsl] Re: how to apply an XSL transformation on a "pseudo-HTML" file

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 15:46:10 +0100
thanks for your answers : i'm trying to solve my problem with TagSoup

about tidy, i noticed the properties for declaring new tags but i can't successfully use them because my custom tags can be placed ANYWHERE in the html file and i do not fully understand the difference between "blocklevel", "inline" and "empty" ?!? if someone can give me some help...


At 09:15 17/12/2003 -0500, you wrote:
Tidy is configurable to recognize your custom tags,
and in particular, adding the configuration options like

new-blocklevel-tags: meta:mytag, meta:mytag2
new- inline-tags: meta:value
new-empty-tags: meta:placeholder

seems to work just fine in any of the examples
I have tried (including some with missing end
tags for the  new elements).
Is this mechanism failing on your specific examples?

Stan Devitt

"Fabrice Estiévenart" <fe@xxxxxxxx> wrote in message


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

tools such as tidy do not help me because they do not recognize my tags

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