On Friday 03 January 2003 01:00, you wrote:
> In the example below the rectangle is filled with black instead of
> limegreen. Is there a way to specify the fill color using a variable?
> <xsl:variable name="color" select="limegreen"/>
> <svg:svg  height="400" width="400">
> <svg:rect  style="fill:{$color}" height="50" width="100" />

If something wents wrong, run the transformation standalone
and examine the resulting file. in this case, you'd have seen
you probably generated
 <svg:rect  style="fill:" height="50" width="100" />
(no color)
The problem is here
 <xsl:variable name="color" select="limegreen"/>
This assigns the node set of <limegreen> child elements to
the variable, which is most probably empty, and not the string
'limegreen'. If you want to do the latter, use
 <xsl:variable name="color" select="'limegreen'"/>
Read the XPath spec for details.


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