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paetje

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I made a site with content in XML with data islands. They gave a the advise to use XSL for displaying the content. But how can I use tags like <b> and <i>?*I am no that formilliar with the use and declaration of XSL. :)

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I think he means that he wants to use HTML inside an XML document and output the whole containg node, not simply having a <b> element inside XML :) .

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that's correctbut I solved the problem. I made a tag <bold></bold><xsl:template match="bold"> <span class="bold"> <xsl:apply-templates/> </span> </xsl:template>CSS.bold{ font-weight: bold;}

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I'm not sure I understand completely, simple because I don't have much experience with the apply-template element. What's the deal? Where will that work?

<container>In this example, is <bold>this text is suppose to be bold</bold> and the other part of the container a normal text?</container><bold>Or there has to be a single container for the whole bold text?<bold>

If what I suspect is correct, this template should give a span with class bold to every bold element, no matter where it's contain and used(the <container> example) right?

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every tag <bold> gets class bold, CSS style says that the font-weight: bold. So no matter where you put this tag the text will be bold. This count for just one word but can also count for an blok of text.

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this only works if your site is build in a loop:

<xsl:for-each select="website/welkom ">      <xsl:apply-templates /></xsl:for-each>

when XSL apply's the templates he finds this code:

<xsl:template match="nadruk">	<span class="bold">  <xsl:apply-templates/>	</span>	</xsl:template>

and add CSS to it:

.bold {           font-weight:bold;         }

gives the result:this tag is bold but this part of the text to

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I tryed making some experiments with this and I even looked at your previous posts for reference, but I still don't get it. I fell like a complete noob about asking this, but could you please post a full sample XSLT and XML code that will give the results? It's a lot easier for me (personally) to study full codes, than snippets. There's probably something other I haven't taken into consideration.

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my XML

<?xml version="1.0"?><!-- naam van de website--><?xml-stylesheet type="text/xsl" href="welkom.xsl"?><!-- aanroepen XSL --><website naam="De lelie">    <!-- titel website-->   <titel>De lelie </titel> 	  	 <!-- naam van de pagina--> 	 <welkom>      <onderwerp>Welkom</onderwerp>      <content><id>koptekst</id>      <alinea>De Lelie is een <nadruk>groothandel </nadruk>in planten en bloemen.       <afbeelding />Deze site geeft u informatie over ons bedrijf en onze artikelen. <subalinea>Daarnaast vindt u hier ook alles over De Grote Actie!</subalinea></alinea> 	       <alinea>Nieuws alinea, hier vind <nadruk> €</nadruk> al het nieuws</alinea>      </content> 	 </welkom></website>

fisrt XSL, tells the xml how it's supposed so be send to the browser

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1" ?><!-- Edited with XML Spy v4.2 --><xsl:stylesheet version="1.0"xmlns:xsl="http://www.w3.org/1999/XSL/Transform"><xsl:output method='html' version='1.0' encoding="ISO-8859-1" indent='yes'/><xsl:include href="inc_tags.xsl" /><xsl:template match="/">   <html>  <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="lelie.css" />	<title>de Lelie</title> 	 <body>  <table class="bordertabel">          <td>   	       <xsl:for-each select="website/welkom ">          <xsl:apply-templates />      </xsl:for-each>   	 </td>   	 </table>         	 </body>  </html></xsl:template>

second XSL tells the first XSL what to do by the following tags

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1" ?><xsl:stylesheet	xmlns:xsl="http://www.w3.org/1999/XSL/Transform"	xmlns:fo="http://www.w3.org/1999/XSL/Format"	version="1.0"><!-- uitleg voor de browser, wat moet de browser waar laten zien als hij statements tegenkomt -->	<xsl:template match="welkom">	  <table class="welkom"> 	 <xsl:apply-templates select="content"/>  </table>	</xsl:template>	<xsl:template match="onderwerp">  <tr> 	 <th height="34" valign="top"><xsl:apply-templates/></th>  </tr>		</xsl:template><xsl:template match="content">      	<tr>  <td valign="top"><xsl:apply-templates select="alinea"/></td>	</tr>	</xsl:template><xsl:template match="alinea">	<P>  <xsl:apply-templates/>	</P>	</xsl:template><xsl:template match="subalinea">	<BR/>	<BR/>  <xsl:apply-templates/>	</xsl:template><xsl:template match="volgenderegel">	<BR/>  <xsl:apply-templates/>  </xsl:template><!-- afbeelding invoegen --><xsl:template match="afbeelding">  <img src="pics/001.jpg" /></xsl:template><!-- zoek de tag <nadruk> in het XML document en voer daar de volgende code voor uit --><xsl:template match="nadruk">	<span class="bold">  <xsl:apply-templates/>	</span>	</xsl:template>	</xsl:stylesheet>

the comment is in Dutch and so are the tagnames, but you can give it youre own name. Good luck with it

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