A little background to the situation, I am doing a distance learning certificate in web design and one of the 10 modules is about “exploring xml??.
The task is to create a xslt 1.0 style sheet ([url removed, login to view] of the attachment) to transform [url removed, login to view] to an xhtml document that that uses the [url removed, login to view] file for final presentation in a web browser. The final result should look like in the attached image ([url removed, login to view]). Both files, the [url removed, login to view] and the [url removed, login to view] are not to be modified in any way. (all files attached in the .zip)
As you can see, I managed to get the majority of the text to display according to the screenshots ??" even the “stagedir?? between the “Speech?? instances displays, but where I hit a wall is the display of the “stagedir?? when it comes up within the “Speech??.
Problem 1: the “stagedir?? between the “Lines?? within a “Speech?? doesn’t display at all (??" the lines 328 and 330 of the [url removed, login to view] file when opened in Dreamweaver for example, indentation done by me for easy location of the lines)
Problem 2: the “stagdir?? sitting within a “line?? (- the lines 326, 350, 353, 375, 388) display, but are not formatted according to the css, ie have no brackets around them and are not bold.
I think is has to do with the definition of the xPath, but whatever I have tried, it did not get me any results (well it caused results but not the ones I was aiming for).
So what I need is to have the [url removed, login to view] code modified that the “stagedir?? is displayed wherever it appears with the overall look kept intact.
If you are willing to take this task on, I would be grateful, if you could let me know how much your charges would be and if you could get the work done and back to me in the 14 days, eg before the end of October.
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