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1 XSLT XSLT
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2 Common XSLT Errors XSLT
Your server needs to send both the source and the stylesheet with a XML mime type, text/xml or application/xml. To find out the current type, load the file in Mozilla and look at the page info. Or use a download tool, those usually tell the mime type.
3 Elements XSLT, XSLT_Reference
On a related note, any attribute in an LRE and some attributes of a limited number of XSLT elements can also include what is known as an attribute value template. An attribute value template is simply a string that includes an embedded XPath expression which is used to specify the value of an attribute. At run-time the expression is evaluated and the result of the evaluation is substituted for the XPath expression. For example, assume that a variable "image-dir" is defined as follows:
4 Index Index, Reference, Référence, XSLT
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5 PI Parameters XSLT
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6 The XSLT/JavaScript Interface in Gecko XSLT
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7 Advanced Example XSLT
The advanced example will sort several divs based on their content. The example allows to sort the content multiple times, alternating between ascending and descending sorting. The JavaScript only loads the .xsl file the first time, and sets the xslloaded variable to true once it has finished loading the file. Using the XSLTProcessor.getParameter() method, the code can figure wether to sort by ascending or descending. It defaults to ascending if the parameter is empty (first time the sorting happens, as there is no value for it in the XSLT file). The sorting value is set using XSLTProcessor.setParameter().
8 Basic Example XSLT
The basic example will load an XML file and apply a XSL transformation on it. These are the same files used in the Generating HTML example in the XSLT in Netscape Gecko article. The XML file describes an article and the XSL file formats the information for display.
9 Interface List
See XSLTProcessor in the Web API documentation section.
10 Introduction
With modern browsers supporting XSLT, developers can now use JavaScript to access the power that XSLT provides. JavaScript can enable a web application to load XML data, process it via XSLT into a presentable form and then add it into an existing document. Since the XML data loaded only contains the raw information without any presentation data, it can load quickly even on dialup.
11 JavaScript/XSLT Bindings
JavaScript can run XSLT transformations through the XSLTProcessor object. Once instantiated, an XSLTProcessor has an XSLTProcessor.importStylesheet() method that takes as an argument the XSLT stylesheet to be used in the transformation. The stylesheet has to be passed in as an XML document, which means that the .xsl file has to be loaded by the page before calling XSLTProcessor.importStylesheet(). This can be done via XMLHttpRequest or XMLDocument.load().
12 Resources XSLT
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13 Setting Parameters XSLT
While running transformations using precoded .xsl and .xml files is quite useful, configuring the .xsl file from JavaScript may be even more useful. For example, JavaScript and XSLT could be used to sort XML data and then display it. The sorting would have to alternate between ascending and descending sorting.
14 Using the Mozilla JavaScript interface to XSL Transformations XSLT
This document describes the JavaScript interface in Mozilla 1.2 and up to the XSLT Processing Engine (TransforMiiX).
15 apply-imports XSLT, XSLT_Reference
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16 apply-templates XSLT, XSLT_Reference
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17 attribute XSLT, XSLT_Reference
The <xsl:attribute> element creates an attribute in the output document, using any values that can be accessed from the stylesheet. The element must be defined before any other output document element inside the output document element for which it establishes attribute values. But it may be after or inside elements that won't be part of the output (like <xsl:choose> or <xsl:apply-templates> etc.).
18 attribute-set XSLT, XSLT_Reference
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19 call-template XSLT, XSLT_Reference
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20 choose XSLT, XSLT_Reference
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21 comment XSLT, XSLT_Reference
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22 copy XSLT, XSLT_Reference
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23 copy-of XSLT, XSLT_Reference
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24 decimal-format XSLT, XSLT_Reference
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25 element XSLT, XSLT_Reference
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26 fallback XSLT, XSLT_Reference
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27 for-each XSLT, XSLT_Reference
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28 if XSLT, XSLT_Reference
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29 import XSLT, XSLT_Reference
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30 include XSLT, XSLT_Reference
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31 key XSLT, XSLT_Reference
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32 message XSLT, XSLT_Reference
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33 namespace-alias XSLT, XSLT_Reference
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34 number XSLT, XSLT_Reference
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35 otherwise XSLT, XSLT_Reference
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36 output XSLT, XSLT_Reference
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37 param XSLT, XSLT_Reference
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38 preserve-space XSLT, XSLT_Reference
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39 processing-instruction XSLT, XSLT_Reference
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40 regexp
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41 sort XSLT, XSLT_Reference
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42 strip-space XSLT, XSLT_Reference
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43 stylesheet XSLT, XSLT_Reference
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44 template XSLT, XSLT_Reference
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45 text XSLT, XSLT_Reference
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46 transform XSLT, XSLT_Reference
The <xsl:transform> element is exactly equivalent to the <xsl:stylesheet> element.
47 value-of XSLT, XSLT_Reference
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48 variable XSLT, XSLT_Reference
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49 when XSLT, XSLT_Reference
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50 with-param XSLT, XSLT_Reference
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