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createNode/createElement

Posted on 2003-11-22
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Hi,

When i use createNode or createElement to create a node or an element the default namespace is added automatically.  I dont want any namespace for the node at all.  Can i do that?

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createElement shouldn't be creating a namespace node...but if a parent node has one, I think the child node will have one too, even if you use createElement.  To explicitly create an element node in a namespace you have to use createNode()

What happens if you try something like (JScript syntax):
 
createNode(1, "foo", null);

Regards,
Mike Sharp
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If the parentnode has a namespace then the same is attached to the new node also.  thanks for pointing in the right direction

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