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Re: Passing thru html to the browser

If you don't want a start tag with an attribute, then don't write
<xsl:attribute  ....  Instead, just write the literal output that you want,
which is something like

&lt;a href=<xsl:value-of select='....'/>&gt;

Praveen Shenoy said

> I have a need to embed the html tag in the element so that it is
> interpreted by the browser and rendered as it is. But anchor the tag is
> showing up as it is instead of being interpreted by the browser. Here is
> a fragment of the xml and xsl


Tom P