IE7, xsl:import and jQuery Transform plugin

After exhausting all other (more convenient from my perspective) approaches, I’ve had to admit that there’s only a single solution that allows you to include/import XSL stylesheets with the jQuery Transform plugin if you want to:

  • Use XSL documents from another directory on the Web server.
  • Use xsl:import or xsl:include in the XSL documents.
  • Have a reliable cross-browser implementation.

The solution, as you might have guessed, is to use the URL pointing to the XSL document in the call to $.transform (the xsl parameter). And just in case you’re wondering why I had to try everything else: I wanted to use the $.transform() call to get the transformed HTML without the delay incurred by setting the async parameter to false.

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