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    The <xsl:output> element controls the characteristics of the output document. To function correctly in Netscape, this element, with the method attribute, must be used. As of 7.0, method="text" works as expected.

    Syntax

    <xsl:output 
    	method="xml" | "html" | "text"
    	version=STRING
    	encoding=STRING
    	omit-xml-declaration="yes" | "no"
    	standalone="yes" | "no"
    	doctype-public=STRING
    	doctype-system=STRING
    	cdata-section-elements=LIST-OF-NAMES
    	indent="yes" | "no"
    	media-type=STRING  />

    Required Attributes

    None.

    Optional Attributes

    method
    Specifies output format.
    version
    Specifies the value of the version attribute of the XML or HTML declaration in the output document. This attribute is only used when method="html" or method="xml".
    encoding
    Specifies the value of the encoding attribute in the output document.
    omit-xml-declaration
    Indicates whether or not to include an XML declaration in the output. Acceptable values are "yes" or "no".
    standalone (Not supported.)
    If present, indicates that a standalone declaration should occur in the output document and gives its value. Acceptable values are "yes" or "no".
    doctype-public
    Specifies the value of the PUBLIC attribute of the DOCTYPE declaration in the output document.
    doctype-system
    Specifies the value of the SYSTEM attribute of the DOCTYPE declaration in the output document.
    cdata-section-elements
    Lists elements whose text contents should be written as CDATA sections. Elements should be whitespace separated.
    indent (Not supported.)
    Specifies if the output should be indented to indicate its hierarchic structure.
    media-type (Not supported.)
    Specifies the output document MIME type.

    Type

    Top-level, must be the child <xsl:stylesheet> or <xsl:transform>.

    Defined

    XSLT, section 16.

    Gecko support

    Partial support. See comments above.

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