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From Steven Sedlmeyer <>
Subject Tweaking the HTML serializer
Date Wed, 20 Feb 2002 18:23:08 GMT
I'm just starting with cocoon and I have a couple of questions I'm having a
hard time finding answers for:

1.  I have an existing XML and XSLT file that, when run through xalan
produce an HTML page wrapper.  However, when I use them with cocoon the
resulting HTML gets munged on the way out and there are <CR>s inserted
between the end of the content and closing table cell and table row tags.
Unfortunately, while this is correct HTML, it screws up the formatting under
IE and Netscape 4.x as both fail to ignore the whitespace.  Is there a way
to tweak how cocoon (I assume using JTidy) is "fixing" the HTML?  I was
unable to identify where  the modifications are happening (ignorance sucks).

2.  The HTML above is a static wrapper that goes around the results of a
database query.  I'd like to be able to include the HTML resulting from the
query into the resulting page, formatting it using an xslt, without having
to regenerate the wrapper each time.  How would I go about configuring a
pipeline that will accomplish something like that?

Thanks in advance.

Steve Sedlmeyer

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