Creating HTML tags through XSL.
peter at ursus.demon.co.uk
Wed Feb 2 09:38:52 GMT 2000
At 09:38 PM 1/31/00 -0500, THOMAS PASSIN wrote:
>The "</TABLE/>" tag is not legal in xml or html.
For those who actually need to output non-wellformed documents from XSLT,
James Clark's XT has an extension (nxml) in the documentation and the
demos. [I use this to build lists of <!ENTITY... for example.]
It took me a little while to find this so I assume there is no universal
way for doing this using core XSLT without extensions (James usually writes
exactly those extensions which people find they need but didn't realise!).
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