A new XSLT utility, “Basic API Utility” is now available for download. Comments and feedback can be left here but if you discover any issues, please post it on the issue tracker.

Basic API Utility updated to version 1.1 on 30th of November 2009

Great utility but can I ask about the <xsl:key> element you have used?

From what I understand from Keys is that you can create a key, have it match a pattern in the XML and reuse that key to display info based on the pattern and context.

I don’t understand the substring part of your Key.

Could you explain to me more of what your intention here is, because from what I know about the substring() function - the 6, 11 part of your code indicates start from the 6th character and take 11 characters and return them as the post-date.

Is that correct?

That’s correct. I want to sort the entries and group by day, so the substring selects the part of the date that is only as specific as the day.

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