Re: Re: Un-cdata-section-elements
>> > No, that's not good enough; the output I want to be valid XHTML 1.0 >> > Strict, and as such it needs to live in a CDATA section, > > On 3/22/06, David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: >> XHTML does not require a CDATA section here or anywhere else. > > No, but XSLT processors still throw it in if needed or not. > Which processor does that? I've just run a quick test through Xalan 2.2, Saxon 6.5.5 and MSXML 3.0 and none of them forced a CDATA section upon me using <xsl:output method="xml"/>, which is the output method you need to produce XHTML. (Actually, they don't do it with output method "html", either.) Regards, Nick. -- Nick Fitzsimons http://www.nickfitz.co.uk/
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