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Subject: AW: Website - missing ID on webpage


> -----Ursprungliche Nachricht-----
> Von: Vitaly Ostanin [mailto:vyt@vzljot.ru]
> Gesendet: Freitag, 18. Juli 2003 16:21
> An: Daniel S. Haischt
> Cc: docbook-apps@lists.oasis-open.org
> Betreff: Re: Website - missing ID on webpage
> Thanks, I know about examples and docs. I talk about structure
> described by _DTD_ for validating pages by XML parser like
> xmllint --valid ...
> Now I see what validating is ok, but actually pages are not ok.

quite frankly, i did not completly understand your question.

the point is that if you are omitting the ID attribute,
your XSLT processor won't proceed while processing your
layout.xml file (which references pages that are including
a <webpage/> element with a missing ID attribute) using
the autolayout.xsl file.

the reason of this behaviour is located in the ...

 -> $WEBSITE_HOME/xsl/autolayout.xsl

file at line 130. this line is surounded by a <xsl:message/>
element with a terminate attribute set to 'yes'. this causes
the XSLT processor to stop executing after issuing the ...

 -> : missing ID.

text message.

in short - each <webapge/> element needs an ID attribute.

hope this helps, if not you might be able to rephrase your


daniel s. haischt

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