Deleting XSLT fragments from dynamic pages
You can remove an XSLT fragment from a page by deleting the XSL Transformation server behavior used to insert the fragment. Deleting the server behavior deletes the XSLT fragment only -- it does not delete the associated XML, XSLT, or run-time library files.
To delete an XSLT fragment from a dynamic page:
- In the Server Behaviors panel (Window > Server Behaviors), select the XSL Transformation server behavior that you want to delete.
- Click the minus (-) button.
Macromedia recommends that you always remove server behaviors in this fashion. Manually deleting the generated code only partially removes the server behavior, even though the server behavior may disappear from the Server Behaviors panel.
- Creating XSLT pages
- Inserting XSLT fragments in dynamic pages
- About using XML and XSL with web pages