XSLT - Templates

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an tag, In the example above case, the non-XSL tags are HTML tags. So when the root tag is matched, XSLT:
  • outputs the HTML start tags,
  • processes any templates that apply to children of the root,
  • and then outputs the HTML end tags.
Templates are independent of one another, so it does not generally matter where they occur in a file.Order does make a difference when two templates can apply to the same node. In that case, the one that is defined last is the one that is found and processed.

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