RE: <xsl:stylesheet xmlns...
My advice is stick with server-side transformations until you're ready to tell your customers they must download MSXML3 or the standard release of IE when it includes compliant XSLT. Furthermore, don't touch the old working draft (what's in IE5 now) with a ten-foot pole, lest you and your developers end up getting very confused. The two are not remotely compatible. There are some tricks which I've tried but haven't bothered to figure out, such as the one that Mulberry provides for testing whether you're using XSLT or the old working draft. Check out http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list/processor-version.xsl which is listed on this list's main page. Hope this helps, Evan Lenz elenz@xxxxxxxxxxx http://www.xyzfind.com On Fri, 4 Aug 2000, Eric Taylor wrote: > What I've concluded from the feedback I've gotten is that I must download > the new MXSML3 to be able to use the namespace ".../1999/XSL/Transform" with > IE5, and that if one doesn't have the new MXSML3, one must use the old > ".../TR/WD-xsl" (thereby losing some functionality) or things won't display > correctly. It isn't a problem for me to install the new MXSML3, I can't > expect that most customers who will be using our site will have done so. If > I get the latest instlled on our server, is there any way to have the > transformations done on our server so that it won't matter what clients have > on their systems? Or am I stuck with the old version until Microsoft makes > the standard release of IE conform. Thanks. Eric > > > XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list > XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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