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    barker Guest

    special characters in XSL


    I am using XSL to form the dynamic content of my page. When I add a character
    code for a which is ú, the code is translated before it gets into
    the page and the browser tries to read the . However, if I add the code
    for &, it doesn't translate it into an ampersand. How can I keep from translating
    the prematurely? Can anyone help me get around this issue?

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    mme Guest

    Re: special characters in XSL


    I am not too clear on what you are doing but you MUST define an entity for
    this code before using it. If you are inserting it with XSL, then you must
    define the entity in the stylesheet. Use a doctype def with just the entity
    defined.

    "barker" <neal_barker@argodata.com> wrote:
    >
    >I am using XSL to form the dynamic content of my page. When I add a character
    >code for a which is , the code is translated before it gets into
    >the page and the browser tries to read the . However, if I add the code
    >for &, it doesn't translate it into an ampersand. How can I keep from translating
    >the prematurely? Can anyone help me get around this issue?



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