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
> 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 the
> type is text/css, it could use them. I keep coming across more and more
> documents using these rather than html 'link' elements - probably generated
> 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
Firefox 1.0, Amaya 8.7 and Opera7.53
By the way, I still haven't received a response from you
problems using NetSurf through an authenticating cache (see
Err! No! I never keep mail once sent more than a few days and am
temporarily embarrassed in not having an internet connection to look up
what you referred to on the only nachine at the moment on which I can
receive e-mail (at work I need secure IMAP or, if I ask nicely, they might
permit secure aPOP - and the software to do this has got caught in the
Christmas rush!!). Don't please talk about e-mail on linux - I can just
about use the command line mail program - everything more recent just won't
do what I want it to do - and let me be in control!
Mind you, the problem still exists!
Thanks for your concern.
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