Re: [xsl] using javascript with xsl

Subject: Re: [xsl] using javascript with xsl
From: Francesco Barresi <kywocs@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sun, 18 Sep 2005 00:11:22 -0400
Hi, I didn't really understood your problem, but when I put some JS in
a file which will be manipulated with XSL, I always put the JS inside
a CDATA section, like this:


To avoid any misinterpretation,  by the XSLT processor.


On 9/17/05, Wassim Mansour <wassimmansour@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi, I have some javascript functions in a *.js file, when I use them inside
> a regular html file they work fine, but they fail when I try to generate
> html containing the calls using xsl (only on Mozilla, IE is fine with it).
> here it is:
> <script>
> header(); // IE works fine, Mozilla doesn't do it the right way.
> </script>
> later....
> <script>
> footer(); // IE works fine here too, Mozilla doesn't recognize any function
> call after the first one.
> </script>
> NOTE: I have tried both functions on Mozilla using a regular html file, and
> they worked fine.
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