copyright symbol was Re: XSLT hosting
Daniel Newman wrote:
no no; © means nothing to the browser natively. if u are using entities; your © entity should be properly defined in a dtd or doctype tag.
using © should give u the correct copyright symbol
first off does the following listing work in your browser
<html> <body> © </body> </html>
it should, if it doesn't something wrong with your browser ( maybe char encoding ).
some steps to do
a) to make sure your output is html use the <xsl:output method="html"/>
b) make sure your encoding attribute of xml and xsl is correct, set to utf-8 or iso-8859-1
c) your can define doctype-public and doctype-system in xsl:output tag
d) goto faq http://www.dpawson.co.uk/xsl/N3353.html
cheers, jim fuller
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