At 2004-06-16 17:11 +0100, James Steven wrote:
This is no good as I need to create other rows below these <B> elements as I
am using them as headings. I have seen examples using the Meunchian method
where </br> is used to put a value on a new line (see eg. below) but in the
fo:table I am working with I can only use <fo:table-row>. What is the
equivalent of the <br/> tag using xsl:fo?
The Muenchian method has no reliance on <br/> (btw, a close (but not
identical) XSL-FO counterpart to <br/> is <block/>, but you don't want that
because you said you were dealing with table rows).
Any grouping method merely gives you the control to handle a heading and
then handle the content.
I've posted a solution to your problem using the HTML vocabulary for tables
since not everyone has XSL-FO and the short solution might be of
interest. If you transliterate the HTML table constructs to XSL-FO table
constructs, you'll probably get what you want with that example.
I'm just trying to underscore that any grouping method is *independent* of
any target vocabulary, and there is *no* need for any kind of <br/>
construct to use any grouping method.
I hope this helps.
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