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Re: Can't get XML to display through XSLT

can t display xslt

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At 16:07 5-03-2002, Means, Garann R. wrote:
>I am trying to transform an XML document with an XSLT, but all that shows up
>are the HTML elements, and the for-each loops don't function correctly. When
>I try to open the document in Internet Explorer, all I get are a submit
>button and a single checkbox. The XML document without the XSLT shows up
>fine and is valid to the best of my knowledge. I've tried everything and
>searched everywhere I can think of, but can't see what I'm doing wrong.
>Here is the XSLT:

The most likely answer is that you don't have a new enough version of MSXML 
installed.  See the MSXML FAQ at <URL: http://www.netcrucible.com/ >.

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Christopher R. Maden, Principal Consultant, crism consulting
DTDs/schemas - conversion - ebooks - publishing - Web - B2B - training
<URL: http://crism.maden.org/consulting/ >
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