A bit of feedback!
Have you considered:
<xsl:template match="x" >
... or is there some reason you need to know when you are going
through <y>. You can always look from <z> to know what your
I hope this helps.
I tried this and it worked fine now, so I was happy with the result.
Then, I was curious as to why my results were different from all yours,
so I tried to recreate my original code, but I couldn't get it to
reproduce what I was seeing last week, so that's a bit embarassing!
The example I posted was a bit simplified, as what I'm actually doing is
parsing Word XML files, so I removed all the namespaces etc .
Oh well...thank you all anyway for you efforts!
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