Select a specific RSS attribute using SXL

I have an RSS feed that contains this

<abc:artimg height="53"></abc:artimg>
<abc:artimg height="60"></abc:artimg>
<abc:artimg height="100"></abc:artimg>

I want to display only the image URL with height=100, how do I do that?
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Make sure the relevant namespaces are defined in the stylesheet, then use this:

<xsl:template match="artimg[@height='100']">

The square brackets introduce a constraint on matching.  The @height is the height attribute of matched nodes and the ='100' compares the height attribute to 100.

Let me know if you need more help with this.

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Geert BormansInformation ArchitectCommented:
In the templaet of the parent of all these images do
<xsl:copy-of select="abc:artimg[@height = '100']"/>

somewhere in your source XML you will have an attribute like this
xmlns:abc="..." with ... a string value
copy that entire attribute in the xsl:stylesheet element of your XSLT
(that is the declaration of the abc prefixed namespace)


Thanks for the points :)
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