RE: Real XML Site
At 02:18 PM 13/12/00 -0500, Didier PH Martin wrote: >The pages are very different based on the browsers we're using, so at least >the concept of divorced content is being used. There's almost no way short >of asking to find out what's going on behing the scenes, is there? Probably Dynabase, just like infoworld.com; it's the only product I know of that serves HTML pages with the .xml extension (a practice that seems more than a little weird to me). -T
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