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XSLT Elements Reference

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The XSLT elements from the W3C Recommendation (XSLT Version 1.0).


XSLT Elements

The links in the "Element" column point to attributes and more useful information about each specific element.

  • FF: indicates the earliest version of Firefox that supports the tag
  • IE: indicates the earliest version of Internet Explorer that supports the tag

Note: Elements supported in IE 5 may have NON-standard behavior, because IE 5 was released before XSLT became an official W3C Recommendation.

Element Description IE FF
apply-imports Applies a template rule from an imported style sheet 6.0 1.0
apply-templates Applies a template rule to the current element or to the current element's child nodes 5.0 1.0
attribute Adds an attribute 5.0 1.0
attribute-set Defines a named set of attributes 6.0 1.0
call-template Calls a named template 6.0 1.0
choose Used in conjunction with <when> and <otherwise> to express multiple conditional tests 5.0 1.0
comment Creates a comment node in the result tree 5.0 1.0
copy Creates a copy of the current node (without child nodes and attributes) 5.0 1.0
copy-of Creates a copy of the current node (with child nodes and attributes) 6.0 1.0
decimal-format Defines the characters and symbols to be used when converting numbers into strings, with the format-number() function 6.0 1.0
element Creates an element node in the output document 5.0 1.0
fallback Specifies an alternate code to run if  the processor does not support an XSLT element 6.0  
for-each Loops through each node in a specified node set 5.0 1.0
if Contains a template that will be applied only if a specified condition is true 5.0 1.0
import Imports the contents of one style sheet into another. Note: An imported style sheet has lower precedence than the importing style sheet 6.0 1.0
include Includes the contents of one style sheet into another. Note: An included style sheet has the same precedence as the including style sheet 6.0 1.0
key Declares a named key that can be used in the style sheet with the key() function 6.0 1.0
message Writes a message to the output (used to report errors) 6.0 1.0
namespace-alias Replaces a namespace in the style sheet to a different namespace in the output 6.0  
number Determines the integer position of the current node and formats a number 6.0 1.0
otherwise Specifies a default action for the <choose> element 5.0 1.0
output Defines the format of the output document 6.0 1.0
param Declares a local or global parameter 6.0 1.0
preserve-space Defines the elements for which white space should be preserved 6.0 1.0
processing-instruction Writes a processing instruction to the output 5.0 1.0
sort Sorts the output 6.0 1.0
strip-space Defines the elements for which white space should be removed 6.0 1.0
stylesheet Defines the root element of a style sheet 5.0 1.0
template Rules to apply when a specified node is matched 5.0 1.0
text Writes literal text to the output 5.0 1.0
transform Defines the root element of a style sheet 6.0 1.0
value-of Extracts the value of a selected node 5.0 1.0
variable Declares a local or global variable 6.0 1.0
when Specifies an action for the <choose> element 5.0 1.0
with-param Defines the value of a parameter to be passed into a template 6.0 1.0



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