I have the following xml:
I’ve created a table from XML data with all the Oscar nominees (holding various info) using XSL:
I am generating HTML from XML sources using XSLT. The HTML shows a lot of whitespace that was not in the original XML files. Normally this is not a problem as the browser will ignore the extra whitespace characters. But I am developing an application that relies on correct positioning of the text cursor inside the HTML page. The added whitespaces do mess up the offsets, making it impossible to reliably position the cursor inside an element.
I’m running over all textnodes of my DOM and check if the nodeValue contains a certain string.
How would I cleanly set the doctype of a file to HTML5
<!DOCTYPE html> via XSLT (in this case with collective.xdv)
The question was asked but deleted by the asker before it received an answer. Because I believe the question is sound and legitimate and serves a purpose, I’m asking it again and provide the answer I already wrote for the original question.
is there a way to convert all nodes’ attributes into child Nodes using
XSLT 1.0 ?
It must run flawlessly with PHP’s
xsltProcessor. The attributes must be removed (if possible).
I’m using web.config transformation as described in the below post in order to generate configs for different environments.
Word 2007 saves its documents in .docx format which is really a zip file with a bunch of stuff in it including an xml file with the document.
I have some XML like this: