Re: [xslt] Xpath commands inside attributes

If you're including the item below as a string in PHP (in double quotes or a HEREDOC), don't forget to use a backslash to escape the $var so that PHP doesn't try to treat it as its own PHP variable...

Thus, try:

<a href="{\$var}"></a>

Brett wrote:
I am trying to do something like this in XSL stylesheet:

<a href="{count(.)}"></a>
<a href="{$var}"></a>

using variables works under Mozilla Firefox processor, but do not work
under PHP XSLT Processor that is based in

Anyone know if this syntax should work?

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