From: Kenneth Aitken (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Sep 30 2004 - 06:52:41 PDT
That line did the trick! Thank you very much for your support.
Now I can generate a 3-level table of contents with h1, h2 and h3, when I insert two nested levels of <div>, one each for h1 and h2.
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On 30.09.2004 at 10:21 Werner DonnÚ wrote:
>On the spot where you want to generate the table of contents you can do
><xsl:apply-templates select="//*[namespace-uri() =
> (local-name() = 'h1' or local-name() = 'h2' or local-name() = 'h3')]"
>This will encounter the headings in document order, meaning you can write a
>template for each level that depends on nothing else. It is also
>of the level of nesting.
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