New answers tagged xslt-list-view-web-part
You use the following format, you are pretty close. <xsl:value-of select="@Resources.resourceFile.ResourceName" /> is <xsl:value-of select="@Resources.custom.custome_resource" /> will get custom.wss and custom_resource inside it.
You could use jQuery to grab the parameter and hide or show the web part. Though it may be simpler to change how you link to the page. Instead of changing the parameter link to the view you want to see?
It sounds like you might be looking for either the Text Filter Web Part or the Query String Filter Web Part which do something pretty close to that. It doesn't change the view but it does filter the results based on the text entered.
One Possible option is to add xsl inline in xsltListViewWebPart. See this blog here - http://www.manvir.net/how-to-add-xsltlistview-webpart-to-sharepoint-publishing-page
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