Bill Humphries wrote:
> At 2:52 PM +0100 8/23/00, Simon Brooke wrote:
> >I want to continue to use XSL-T to transform
> >the RSS into end-user presentation, and my present solution is to use
> >frames (e.g. <URL:http://www.amorgan.org.uk/> - both frames are XSL-T
> >wrapped around RSS and generated on the fly). But this solution is messy
> >- I would rather be generating a single page. So what I need is an XML
> >format into which multiple RSS feeds can be encapsulated.
> This is less a RSS/Syndication question than a XSL question. There are several ways to proceed:
> 2) Use XSLT's document() function to bring in the individual RSS feeds as node sets into your XSLT transform.
Thanks for this! That's *exactly* what I need.
Simon Brooke, Technical Director, Weft Technology Ltd --
the weft is not just what binds the web: it is what makes it a web