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Summary When you import a stylesheet, you can override the declarations that it contains from within your stylesheet. You can import stylesheets with <xsl:import> elements, which must be the first elements in a stylesheet and which take href attributes to indicate the imported stylesheet.
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The way matching templates are overridden deserves a bit of explanation. Basically, if a template in an importing template can match a node, then it will. It doesn t matter how high a priority a template in an imported stylesheet has, it won t be used if there s a template in the importing stylesheet that can be applied to the node. This feature can be used to advantage if your stylesheet needs to adjust the behavior of the stylesheet that it s importing. If you cast your mind back to 3, you ll remember the <xsl:next-match> instruction, which applies the next best matching template to the current node. It doesn t matter where the next best matching template is (and that includes imported stylesheets), the <xsl:next-match> instruction will use it. A similar instruction is <xsl:apply-imports>, which doesn t have any attributes but can contain any number of <xsl:with-param> elements. Like <xsl:next-match>, this applies another template to the current node, but it only looks at a subset of the possible templates, namely those in stylesheets that are imported into the one that contains the <xsl:apply-imports> instruction. This distinction makes the <xsl:apply-imports> instruction useful if you re building complex hierarchies of imported stylesheets. For example, say stylesheet A imports stylesheets B and C (in that order, such that stylesheet C has a higher import precedence than stylesheet B), stylesheet B imports stylesheets D and E, and stylesheet C imports stylesheets F and G. An <xsl:next-match> instruction in stylesheet C would look at other templates in stylesheets C and templates in B, D, and E as well as those in stylesheets F and G. On the other hand, an <xsl:apply-imports> instruction in stylesheet C will only look at templates in stylesheets F and G. Using <xsl:apply-imports> means the behavior of a stylesheet doesn t change when it s imported into a stylesheet that itself imports another stylesheet.
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Summary You can use <xsl:next-match> or <xsl:apply-imports> to apply templates to the next
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best matching template. The <xsl:apply-imports> instruction will only use templates that are imported into the stylesheet that the <xsl:apply-imports> instruction occurs in.
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The utils.xsl stylesheet is quite useful for other stylesheets that we might develop, such as those showing only interesting programs or programs in particular series. All these stylesheets would benefit from having a simple template named link that generates a link as follows: <xsl:template name="link" as="element()"> <xsl:param name="href" as="xs:string" required="yes" /> <xsl:param name="content" as="item()+" required="yes" /> <a href="{$href}"><xsl:sequence select="$content" /></a>
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However, in the main TV guide, the links are a bit more exotic the style of the links changes when you move the mouse over them. This is controlled by three attributes on the <a> elements, which are held in the linkEvents attribute set so that they can be reused in several situations: <xsl:attribute-set name="linkEvents"> <xsl:attribute name="style"> <xsl:text>color: black; border-bottom: 1pt groove #CCC</xsl:text> </xsl:attribute> <xsl:attribute name="onmouseover"> <xsl:text>javascript:this.style.background = '#CCC';</xsl:text> </xsl:attribute> <xsl:attribute name="onmouseout"> <xsl:text>javascript:this.style.background = 'transparent';</xsl:text> </xsl:attribute> </xsl:attribute-set> So the more general-purpose link template isn t quite right because it doesn t add the linkEvents attribute set. Since the stylesheet we re working on is the exception to the general rule, it makes sense to change the link template in utils2.xsl to the simple version just shown. But then we need to override the link template in TVGuide5.xsl, so that it produces the links including the linkEvents attributes there (and move the linkEvents attribute set back into TVGuide5.xsl). As you ve seen, you can t override the link template if you include utils2.xsl, so you have to import it by removing the <xsl:include> that s currently including utils.xsl and adding an <xsl:import> element instead, right at the top of the stylesheet, just under the start tag for the <xsl:stylesheet> element, as in TVGuide5.xsl: <xsl:stylesheet version="2.0" xmlns:xsl="http://www.w3.org/1999/XSL/Transform" xmlns:xs="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema" xmlns:xdt="http://www.w3.org/2005/04/xpath-datatypes" xmlns:tv="http://www.example.com/TVGuide" exclude-result-prefixes="xs xdt tv" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"> <xsl:import href="utils2.xsl" /> ... </xsl:stylesheet> Now, to override the link template from the utils.xsl stylesheet, all you need to do is add a link template to TVGuide5.xsl that does what you want it to do, along with the linkEvents attributes that it s referring to: <xsl:template name="link" as="element()"> <xsl:param name="href" as="xs:string" required="yes" /> <xsl:param name="content" as="item()+" required="yes" /> <a href="{$href}" xsl:use-attribute-sets="linkEvents"> <xsl:sequence select="$content" /> </a> </xsl:template> When you transform TVGuide.xml with TVGuide5.xsl to create TVGuide5.html, you should see the page
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