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Michele,

I can send you the xml and the html, but I'm not sure which part of the 
stylesheet is doing the processing.

Jordan

MicheleR wrote:

> xml requires all elements to have a closing tag.  You can do it one of 
> two ways:
>
> <EXTPTR></EXTPTR> (empty element)
> or
> <EXTPTR/> (opening and closing tags both in one)
>
> As far as the problem with the image appearing in the output, that's a 
> problem in your processing.  Are you using XSLT to generate HTML?  If 
> so then if you can send the XML snippet, the relevant part(s) of the 
> XSLT that's doing the processing, and perhaps the HTML output we might 
> be able to help.
>
> Michele
>
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Jordan Patty" <[log in to unmask]>
> To: <[log in to unmask]>
> Sent: Thursday, September 08, 2005 1:50 PM
> Subject: Embedding images in bioghist
>
>
>> I've tried to place an image in the BIOGHIST, but the error message 
>> states that the EXTPTR requires a closing tag.  When I do this, no 
>> image appears in the html version.  Is there something else to include?
>>
>> -- 
>> Jordan Patty
>> Processing Archivist
>> The American Catholic Research Center and University Archives
>> 101 Life Cycle Institute
>> The Catholic University of America
>> Washington, D.C.  20064
>>
>> Phone: 202-319-5065
>> Fax: 202-319-6554
>> http://libraries.cua.edu/achrcua/index.html 
>
>

-- 
Jordan Patty
Processing Archivist
The American Catholic Research Center and 
University Archives
101 Life Cycle Institute
The Catholic University of America
Washington, D.C.  20064

Phone: 202-319-5065
Fax: 202-319-6554
http://libraries.cua.edu/achrcua/index.html