Random XSL Notes and a Link

September 30th, 2009

Rejoice! I learned that it is possible to use jQuery's metadata plugin within XSL today. I had previously been stymied because the metadata plugin uses curly brackets: { }.

Trying to use these within an attribute tries to access an XPath node, and that's not the goal here. Thankfully, you can "escape" these curly brackets by simply using two: {{ }}!

<th colspan="2" class="{{sorter: false}}" />

I'm using the metadata.js plugin to set features of tablesorter.

New XSL related link:

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