The root element of an XSLT stylesheet. It is identical
element, which was included in the XSLT specification for historical
Contains the entire stylesheet.
Indicates the version of XSLT that the stylesheet
requires. For XSLT version 1.0, its value should always be
1.0. As later versions of the
XSLT specification are defined, the required values for the
version attribute will be
defined along with them.
[2.0] In XSLT version 2.0, this value
2.0. The XSLT 2.0
spec defines stricter rules for handling the
version attribute than the XSLT 1.0
spec. To avoid complications, you should use the values
XSLT 2.0 also allows you to specify the
version attribute on any XSLT element.
If you want to use version 1.0 processing for a given portion of
your stylesheet, you can define
version="1.0" for that portion of the
stylesheet. For example, the
works differently in XSLT 2.0, so you could use
version="1.0"> to process the element according to
the rules of XSLT 1.0.
Defines the URI for the XSL namespace. For both
XSLT version 1.0 and XSLT version 2.0, this attribute’s value
Transform. (Although this is a
namespace declaration, not an attribute, it is required. Your
stylesheet won’t work without it.)
Defines an ID for this stylesheet.
Defines any namespace ...