I've attached a menusource.xml file that I use to create my sitemap (thissite.sitemap). I do this using the attached xsl file.
The problem that I am having is that I don't quite know how to tell in the xsl to treat parent nodes differently. If the node has children, I would like to add the following variable to the thissite.sitemap file --> ResourceKey="Parent" if it does not have children, I would like it to not list anything or ResourceKey=""
I know that it is probably an xsl:choose, xsl:when, xls:otherwise, but I just can't seem to figure it out.
So, one other way to look at it, is that the current xls file knows that when it reaches the parent tag, that tag indicates what parent that node belongs to. Is there a way to make an array of all the values of N that should be parents? Then you could compare the current node n with the array. If there is a match, add the text. I don't have a clue how to do this. thissite.sitemap.txt menusource.xml transform-menusource.xsl
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