> I am now trying to take some files encoded in the TEI and
> render them in
> HTML using XSLT.
> One of the most common elements is the <pb> element.
> Sometimes the page
> break occurs within my file's structural divisions (i.e. the <div>
> and more precisely the <p> element within the <div> element)
> and sometimes
> outside of the <div>. I want to render the page break differently
> depending on whether it appears within a <p> element or not.
> But as <pb>
> is an empty 'milestone' element, it cannot be said to be the
> 'child' of
> the <p>
> element (or at least so I gather from reading the <pb> element's
> definition). Thus all the nice axes that I have been learning about in
> won't seem to work with <pb> (i.e. p/pb doesn't make sense
> to the XSLt
It should. Have you seen www.netcrucible.com (if you are on win32).
Are the two templates to process them differently.