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Re: XSL: putting a XSL value inside an html attribute?

From: "Kourosh" <kderakhshan@---.--->
Date: 5/17/2006 11:59:00 AM

well yea my example up there wasnt accurate:D. My xml file is like


so in the XSL file, I have a template that looks at each 'entry' tag
and creates an html DIV tag for it. As the div tag is created, I want
the 'type' tag (inside each entry) to be used as its class name.
is that more clear??
so for the first entry above, it would create something like

<div class="128">some text here</div>


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