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Make the case of your element and attribute names consistent with XSLT

Posted on 4/5/12 1:55 PM by Get Schooled in advice, in New Horizons Computer Learning Center, in Tips & Tricks, in XML

A common use of the XSLT translate() function is to change the case of text strings within a document; however, you may run into situations where you need to change the actual element and attribute name cases, not simply text strings within them.

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Remove unwanted whitespace with XSLT

Posted on 1/23/11 10:00 AM by Get Schooled in Remove whitespace, in Text Document, in Tips & Tricks, in Whitespace, in XML, in XSLT

Remove unwanted whitespace from your result text document with XSLT

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Manipulate the DOCTYPE to validate XML documents

Posted on 1/6/11 3:00 PM by Get Schooled in DOCTYPE, in DTD, in New Horizons Computer Learning Center, in subsets, in Tips & Tricks, in XML

Manipulate the DOCTYPE to validate subsets of XML documents

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Make the case of your element and attribute names consistent with XSLT

Posted on 6/4/10 1:40 PM by Get Schooled in consistent naming, in Tips & Tricks, in XML, in XSLT

A common use of the XSLT translate() function is to change the case of text strings within a document; however, you may run into situations where you need to change the actual element and attribute name cases, not simply text strings within them.

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