In message <4d2858487akh(a)waikato.ac.nz>
Keith Hopper <kh(a)waikato.ac.nz> wrote:
In article <170536274d.james(a)ix.strcprstskrzkrk.co.uk>,
James Bursa <james(a)semichrome.net> wrote:
> In message <4d261e54a2kh(a)waikato.ac.nz>
> Keith Hopper <kh(a)waikato.ac.nz> wrote:
> > Incidentally, one of the reasons I use other browsers for a
> > disappointingly large proportion of the time is that, despite the fact that
> > Netsurf obviously understands processing instruction syntax, it quietly
> > ignores those for the 'xml-stylesheet' engine - when, particularly if
> > type is text/css, it could use them. I keep coming across more and more
> > documents using these rather than html 'link' elements - probably
> > server-side from some original xml document of some kind.
> Are these documents served as text/html?
Well! They are in files with either xhtml or html 'extensions' but I
don't know what they are being served as
Do you have some public URLs we could look at? We probably won't implement
this until we have native XHTML support however (ie. support for the
application/xhtml+xml or application/xml MIME types). I don't think it makes
any sense to process xml-stylesheet directives in pages served as text/html.