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From Dominic Chambers <dominic.chamb...@telefonica.net>
Subject living without the document() function?
Date Tue, 24 Jun 2003 16:01:24 GMT
I have been having problems with caching and the XSLT document function,
and have read that the document function is a 'bad thing'(tm) anyway.
Generally I have been using XInclude for this purpose, but I also allow
my pages to refer to a site template that they should be rendered
within, and I use the document function within XSLT to allow the
template to be loaded first, and then slot parts of the original page
back in as needed.

This is a much happier arrangement then spliting the template page into
segments, and calling the bits from each page. Perhaps somebody with
experience in this area could say if there is another way of doing this
without XSLT?



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