Re: [xsl] Insert a tag inside a text

Subject: Re: [xsl] Insert a tag inside a text
From: knocte <knocte@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 12 Sep 2005 15:25:45 +0200
2005/9/12, David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx>:
> XSLT never processes tags, but it is possible to insert element nodes.
> You just need to use a replace template (from the faq) and replace
> a by <span class="accesskey">a</span>. (It's even easier in xslt2 where
> you could use xsl:analyze-string for this).
> David

Thanks for your reply.

a) Yes, I meant element nodes but I expressed it wrongly.
b) Yes but notice that I don't want to insert a span node with an "a"
always. That letter is dependent on the accesskey attribute of the
label, and I want to place only *one* span node, not 'n' number of
elements if the text contains many 'a' letters. Is this possible with
that replace template you mention?

Thanks in advance again.

  Andrew	[  knocte  ]


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