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Thread: XSL Weirdness

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    So, in my experiments with XSL I've noticed it outputs the most horrid HTML I've ever seen in my life.

    Is there some magical solution to this? Some magical - don't close my tags without asking, but close some tags for gods sake kind of option in the <xslutput> tag?

    For example, if I have something like:

    <a>
    <xsl:attribute name="href">
    <xsl:value-of select="link" />
    </xsl:attribute>
    </a>

    Now, when output is set to HTML I get this:

    <a href="mylink.cfm"></a>

    But when set to XHTML I get this:

    <a href="mylink.cfm" />

    Which, in all intensive purposes is right, except that it causes IE to have a seizure.

    The second issue is when I have output set to HTML and I have this in my XSL:

    <img src="myimg.jpg" />

    it outputs: <img src="myimg.jpg">[next tag, on same line, no space]

    Which causes IE to not render the page completely sometimes.

    Is there soemthing I'm missing? Some hints and tips maybe to outputing nice HTML from XSL? It seems like it should be easy... but it's not =/
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