|Chapter 18 - Ten Most Confusing Things About XSLT|
|XSLT For Dummies|
|by Richard Wagner|
|Hungry Minds 2002|
A built-in template rule is like the man behind the screen in the Wizard of Oz it takes action, but if you dont realize it, youll be confused about what happened and why. The XSLT processor uses built-in template rules to process any node that is not matched with a template rule you explicitly define in your stylesheet. Each node type has different built-in template rules that are applied to it:
See Chapter 4 for more information on built-in templates.