RE: Escape caracters
> From: SMITH Neil [mailto:neil.smith@xxxxxxxx] > > >From: Passin, Tom [mailto:tpassin@xxxxxxxxxxxx] > > > >Why do you care whether there are character references in the html > >output? Is it just to make it easier for you to read when > you look at > >the source? > The problem is that these caracters appear in the browser to > (ie and mozilla)... And this file is used to create a > report... So I can't really leave them... Do you want to have > a look at the XSL and XML documents? I maybe got something > wrong in one of them... > Yes, why don't you show us samples of the actual source, xslt, and resulting HTML which display the behavior? But please, try to simplify them down to just the core bit that displays the behavior! Also, be sure to include the complete xsl:output element and any meta elements in the output html that specify the character set. Basically, it sounds like the browser you are viewing the file with is set for a different encoding than the html file is created in, like iso-8859-1 vs utf-8. That could happen if the html file contains no meta element specifying the encoding. Sometimes this ends up with the browser unable to show the correct characters. Cheers, Tom P
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