In article <45dacc2b4d.james(a)ix.strcprstskrzkrk.co.uk>,
James Bursa <james(a)semichrome.net> wrote:
Do you have some public URLs we could look at? We probably won't
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.
I can appreciate your thinking. There are several chains of documents
here at Waikato now using xml - but you can look at one I wrote - starting
Yes! I know it says 'xml' but the idot who wrote the server CGI stuff
wrote in PHP using short tags for html, shtml and shtml - so the use of the
xml 'extension' is a work around - for two years now!
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