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Default XSLT incorrectly closing my div tag

Hi there,

I've got a strange problem where when I perform a transformation on my XML to an XHTML document using an XSL file certain tags are closed incorrectly.

for example I've got this line in my XSL
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<xsl:template match="/">
  <xsl:text disable-output-escaping="yes">
    <div id="topBar">
    </div>
    <xsl:apply-templates />
  </xsl:template>
   When I run the transformation in my code I instead of getting
Code:
<div id="topBar">
Code:
</div>
I get
Code:
<div id="topBar"/>
I've noticed that this also happens with textareas, has anyone else noticed this, and or found a work around?

Any advice or guidance would be much appreciated.

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OK, I'm new top the forum.. So I'll ask..

Why do you need the <element attr="val"></element> form over the <element attr="val"/> form?

Maybe 'why' isn't important. The two forms are both correctly identifying the element in the node tree.


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Hey, Blaise

To answer your question, your tags aren't being closed incorrectly, the truth is:

<div></div> = <div />

<div /> is just a short way of putting it. As soon as you assigne text to it, it will become:

<div>text</div>

You need not worry about it.

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