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Removing a href tags using XSL

 
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Hi,

I have an XML with HTML tags.
I want to remove the <a href> tags and keep the remaining XML as it is using XSL transformation.

How can I do it using xsl:copy-of?


The above code is the input xml.
 
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Okay, now that you know how to use an identity transformation, add to that a template that matches "a" and produces no output.
 
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Hi,

Thanks for the suggestion.
I have one more problem, I want to just match the img tags in the XML and copy all the remaining HTML tags as they are to the output.

Please suggest a solution.

Thanks in advance

Vineet
 
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That's the same problem, just with "a" replaced by "img".

Use an identity transformation plus a template that matches your <img> elements and does whatever you want to do with them.
 
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