They (MODS examples) use a code type on place/placeTerm code that was
being displayed and I turned it off with
xdoc:docDNW Not not display place code type.</xdoc:doc>
(I used nonmatch because I could work out how else to set ‘do
Actually, you can do on the main place template [not(@type=‘code’)].
Thus I get a bracket (…) if there is any of Location, Publisher ormau
Date is present. The problem is I sometimes get empty () because
orignInfo sometimes has some non displaying elements so it still
preforms the suffix/prefix insert eg from the mixed media example -
Right, because there IS a place, but just not in the form we support.
So the problem is with placeTerm handling (and, um, MARC/MODS),
The in the csl file is not working. I
have no idea.
This I don’t understand, as my example here shows italics:
I have looked at the date problem (not appearing in the container for
chapter and article examples. The XPATH staments seem to be correct (I
have tested them) maybe the fault is the date format code?
Probably. What do the dates look like that aren’t being rendered?
<xsl:variable name=“type” select="@type"/>
I’ll look at this later, though I thought I already added this to the