How to get Firefox to follow an anchor fragment in XSLT stylesheet generated HTML
I have an XML file that is being transformed to HTML at load time by the browser via an XSLT stylesheet - something like this:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <?xml-stylesheet href="transform.xsl" title="example" type="text/xsl"/> <foo> <bar baz="1">Hello</bar> <bar baz="2">my name is</bar> <bar baz="3">Inigo Montoya</bar> </foo> The XML gets converted into HTML via the stylesheet, something like this: <html> <head/> <body> <div class="bar" id="1">Hello</div> <div class="bar" id="2">my name is</div> <div class="bar" id="3">Inigo Montoya</div> </body> </html>
The transform runs just fine, the HTML generates and is displayed, BUT: If I give the browser a url like:
while the browser renders the file fine, it does NOT move the viewport to the selected div (assuming the generated HTML is larger than a screenfull, naturally). I've also tried adding <a name="2"/> and <a id="2"/> elements to the generated HTML as well, with no observed change.
Modified by cor-el
Additional System Details
- ICA Plugin (Linux) Version 18.104.22.168066 (/usr/lib/ICAClient/wfica)
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- DivX Web Player version 22.214.171.124
- User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Linux x86_64; rv:10.0.9) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/10.0.9
I didn't realise the system would eat my tags:
Example (with <> replaced with () to keep from being processed:) (?xml) (?xml-stylesheet href="transform.xsl" title="example" type="text/xsl" ?) (foo) (bar baz="1")Hello(/bar) (bar baz="2")my name is(/bar) (bar baz="3")Inigo Montoya(/bar) (/foo)
Output (with <> replaced with () to keep from being processed)
(html) (head/) (body) (div class="bar" id="1")Hello(/div) (div class="bar" id="2")my name is(/div> (div class="bar" id="3")Inigo Montoya(/div> (/body) (/html)
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