December 10, 2004 - XSL, Whitespace, and a Link to Remember

XSL is one of those technologies that I need to interact with often enough that I care about it but not frequently to be good at it. Today while looking for something else -- anyone out there know if there is such a thing as a "breaking non-whitespace" in html? -- I came across this very useful page, which is part of XSL FAQ for Mulberry Technologies' XSL mailing list that Dave Pawson maintains. I get a kick that such serendipity can help me find something so useful, and that by posting about it I can both ensure that I can find it again when I need it and make it more likely for other people to find it. Aren't virtuous circles pleasant?

Posted by Jeffrey Fredrick at December 10, 2004 11:21 AM

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