That easy eh? Thanks so much Laurent!

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From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
[mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Laurent
Bedubourg
Sent: 26 February 2008 09:38
To: Template Attribute Language for PHP
Subject: Re: [PHPTAL] RSS Feed <link> attribute

Nick Pack wrote:
> I've built a template/associated code for generating an RSS feed from
a 
> recordset, im having some trouble with the link attribute and I
wondered 
> if anyone could shed some light on a workaround.
> 
>  
> 
> In my template I have tried both:
> 
>  
> 
> <link><span tal:content="article/articlelink" 
> tal:omit-tag="">http://www.carbidefinger.net/</span></link 
> <http://www.carbidefinger.net/%3c/span%3e%3c/link>>
> 
>  <link 
> tal:content="article/articlelink">http://www.carbidefinger.net</link 
> <http://www.carbidefinger.net%3c/link>>
> 
>  
> 
> Both methods result in the following output after the template is
parsed 
> (The dataset definitely contains article/articelink as the same
function 
> is used with a different template for xhtml output):
> 
> <link/>
> 
>  

Hello Nick,

PHPTAL is by default configured to output XHTML and try to clean up 
empty elements like LINK.

To modify this behaviour, You just have to add

$tpl->setOutputMode(PHPTAL::XML);

before executing your template and PHPTAL will treat it as a regular XML

document and won't modify your elements.

Best regards,
-- 
Laurent Bedubourg
[EMAIL PROTECTED]
http://www.motion-twin.com

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