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At 2003-09-24 08:21 -0700, puja thakral wrote:
I'm new to this group and to XML.I've been trying hard to solve this problem
>but it's getting ontomy nerves now.I'm sure it's a very small issue,please
You have an HTML problem, not an XML or XSLT problem (though I have some
suggestions for your XSLT).
To create an anchor on a page, you need (I've added a space to prevent it
from being interpreted in mailers):
< a name="some-unique-value-here">Content for the section title< /a>
Then, in your table of contents, you create the hyperlink using the
octothorpe to indicate it is on the same page:
< a href="#some-unique-value-here">Content for TOC title< /a>
Without the above combination, you will not have local hyperlinks.
Looking at the <Grant> elements in your XML I don't see any candidates for
unique values, so use the generate-id() function.
I note that you have hardwired your table of contents rather than iterating
over your <Grant> elements, so you'll want to change that as well.
XSLT and XPath questions would be better posted to the following list:
There are a number of subscribers who would enthusiastically respond to
There is also an *excellent* FAQ at:
I hope this all helps.
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