>I have to be able to generate the html
><style type = "text/css">
> @import url(.../aPathToAStyleSheet)
>However I'm told that XSL can't handle the "@". It seems to me that there
>must be a way to escape that character, but I know nothing of XSL.
>Is there some way to get this particular string generated from an XML
>document using XSL?
As long as the "@" is not in the XML/XSL tag itself, you should be okay.
The "@" is used to start a rule (like @import itself is a rule). Here's an
In your XML:
In your XSL:
<xsl:if test="email != ''">
Just remember that you will need to enclose your "@import" in CDATA
becuase you would be generating XHTML (at least the XSL template will be).
/* <![CDATA[ */
/* ]]> */
Jamie Peloquin www.dockingbay-94.com