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RE: [xsl] select only first node

From: Ronald <ronald@----------->
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Date: 4/13/2001 1:40:00 AM
At 11:25 AM 4/13/01 +0200, you wrote:
i was little bit to fast, of course with position(), i can select one node



so, xsl has to be start with showing the first block.
i generate as many links in same xsl as there are <block>'s
for example at the left site there must be (in this case) 2 links that links
to block 2 and 3

possible when a link selected that xsl reload the block with position number
equal to the selected link ?
I'm not exactly sure what you mean here.



If I understand correctly you want to have 2 links in each block, and those 
links have to be targetted to the other two blocks.



so links in block1 refer to 2 & 3 and so on right?



What do you mean by reload xsl? Is this maybe a framework on a website your 
talking about?



If so, you can just test the value of position of the blocks, and if it 
differs from  the preset variable that holds the value of the current block 
position you generate a link.



RH




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