XML nodes for Calc spreadsheet

I ask for a cheatsheet of XML relevant nodes of a Calc spreadsheet.

Why? I am trying to write an XSLT filter from a Calc spreadsheet in order to produce clean no-styling HTML5 output with column names as data-attributes and as part of tags attributes. Something like this (the extra CSS is also needed):

   A        B        C
1 title1  title2  title3
2 numer string  date
3 data1  data2 data3
4 data4  data5 data6

      <td data-title="title1" class="numeric">data1</td>
      <td data-title="title2" class="string">data2</td>
      <td data-title="title3" class="date">data3</td>
      <td data-title="title1" class="numeric">data4</td>
      <td data-title="title2" class="string">data5</td>
      <td data-title="title3" class="date">data6</td>

I’m a novice with XSLT. I am looking for an overview of all relevant XML nodes that are “produced” when we save a table in Calc, so I can write a proper XSLT filter. The one that comes with LO Calc doesn’t add the column names (entered by the user of the spreadsheet) as data attributes, besides it doesn’t output a clean HTML code. I want this because I want to have a responsive table in my web site. There is a nice technique for making responsive tables that I want to use.

So, I ask if someone knows where I can find all the XML nodes (an schematic view) so I can have an idea of what to process through. Examples of these nodes are: office:table, office-table-row, etc. I know they are visible if I open content.xml of any Calc file (with content), but I am looking for a “cheatsheet” or a diagram or a map of the ODF spec exclusively for spreadsheet tables, if available.

Or if you know of an XSLT filter that produces clean no-styling HTML, please show me where is it, then I can modify it to add the data attributes needed.

(I hope I’m clear enough to make myself understood. If not, please bear with me and point me with questions.)

Not a cheatsheet, but you might want to save to FODS (Flat ODS) instead of ODS, to see the nodes easier (it’s a single plain XML file, instead of zipped directory of files).

Also: you might want to consult existing XSLT filters that are bundled with LO. And look at this.

How did you create a file that resulted in office-table-row? When I saved as .ods format, the result was table:table-row, as described in the ODF specification at OASIS Open Document Format for Office Applications (OpenDocument) Version 1.2 - Part 1: OpenDocument Schema.

@“Jim K”, I believe it’s a typo on me, jajaja. Sorry for the confussion.

@“Mike Kaganski”, yes, it’s easier to see them in FODS format… However, I would love to see some kind of visual map or diagram, if available. And about the bundled XSLT filters, they are supercomplex to be debugged by me (I’m a noob in XML/XSLT).

I believe the info that I need is in here: OASIS OpenDocument Essentials: Spreadsheets. I found this link following the answer that you pointed me out. I’ll check the book and report back later. Thxs!

I found a decent solution.

I used the Pretty XML Tree Viewer (https://skew.org/xml/stylesheets/treeview/html/) to outline the nodes (elements and attributes) in the ODF LO Calc file (previously I extracted the content.xml file, which is the one I used to do the transformation on the command-line, with saxonb-xslt programme in Ubuntu.

Another way that I found is to use the xmlstarlet command-line utility (it will show the unique elements of the file):

$ xmlstarlet el -u archivo.xml