I'm confused why can't you just process your h3 elements
twice, once to
make the toc, and once to make the headings, and use generate-id() on
each pass to make the two ends of the link?
<grin/> Because I don't think like you David !
And I didn't have a template match on h3 (yet another duh!).
I was trying to process it from the stylesheet end?
OK. Pawson holds his hand up again!
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