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- From: Michael Rys <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- To: 'Anthony Channing' <AnthonyC@101Ltd.com>, email@example.com
- Date: Wed, 06 Sep 2000 02:29:14 -0700
is not a default XML entity. Either use a DTD to define it or use the
unicode hex value directly in the entity (Š IIRC).
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Anthony Channing [mailto:AnthonyC@101Ltd.com]
> Sent: Wednesday, September 06, 2000 2:07 AM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: problem
> I am currently writing an application for my employer that
> makes use of an XML data template and an XSL style
> template to output HTML pages for viewing on the web,
> which is further formated using CSS stylesheets.
> In particular parts of the HTML output I would like to include
> the HTML escape character ' ' for various purposes.
> However, if I do this in the XSL style sheet it throws a
> wobbly, presumably because is not a recognised
> escape sequence.
> I have tried using &nbsp; but although this doesn't
> generate an error, the '&'; doesn't get converted into
> a '&', so instead of a blank space, I end up with ' '
> appearing on the web page, not what I want at all!
> I expect most of you here do this all the time, but I can't
> find any reference of how to do this in William Pardi's
> 'XML in Action' and I won't be able to check the
> WROX book 'Professional XML' until I get home,
> so if anyone could tell me how to do this, or point me
> to a web resource with the information I need, I would
> be most grateful.
> 101 Media Ltd