RE: Client-side XSLT. Re: Bad News on IE6 XML Support
>OK, I agree. Now let us see in one year from now how many pages >on the web will provide client-side XSLT ? ( By the way, even Well, if I were to guess why this has not caught on before now, it is because Netscape did not support it, and developers do not want to make a page that cannot be supported on Netscape; and equally because IE only supported the WD-xsl namespace by default and developers had to do funny tricks to make IE support the *real* XSLT namespace. IE6 *and* NS6.1 both support the correct namespace "out of the box". This is something I have been hoping for for two years, and now I can hear bells ringing in the sky :-) Happy days are here, and I expect we will finally see some people using client-side XSLT more commonly.
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