Subject: Re: [xsl] Indesign table to HTML table|
From: e107lac <e107lac@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 12 Jun 2007 10:03:36 +0200
Thanks I understood it, but I don't know how can I group it by the aid:ccols or aid:crows. How can I use the xsl:for-each-group function, that the rows and cells generating tidily with colspan and rowspan.
Jeff Sese C-rta:In InDesign tables,
<Table xmlns:aid="http://ns.adobe.com/AdobeInDesign/4.0/" aid:table="table" aid:trows="7" aid:tcols="3">
The aid:trows and aid:tcols tells the number of rows and columns of the table.
<Cell aid:table="cell" aid:crows="1" aid:ccols="2">
The aid:crows and aid:ccols tells that this cell occupy one row and two columns. Therefore this should be a span in the HTML table.
What you need is to group Cell elements so that the total count of their aid:ccols attribute is equal to the number in the aid:tcols attribute. This will constitute as one row.
Hope this helps,
e107lac wrote:Hi, all!
I have a problem. I want to transform an Indesign generated table to a HTML table, but I don't know how can I create the table rows by the Table/@aid:tcols and Cell/@aid:ccols parameters. Can you help me how can I do it? The sample XML can you look at here:
Thank you, and sorry for my English.