Re: XHTML html validation
If you include <xsl:output method="xml"/> in a stylesheet being processed by Firefox then you must also put the elements into the XHTML namespace if you want them to have any effect.
* Each browser is different in how it handles the output instruction. * As Abel points out, the transformation is directly to a DOM object, so while html, xml, and text have significant meaning when outputting to a stream (file stream, response stream, or any other type of stream), regardless of what the output format is, you are still going to be left working with a DOM object as a result.
Note that this is a different problem from the one that started the thread where the XSLT processing is server-side.
Which is why I pointed out,
This seems like a pretty long thread, so I'm not sure I would be able to locate what it is you are havingproblems with,
M. David Peterson http://mdavid.name | http://www.oreillynet.com/pub/au/2354 | http://dev.aol.com/blog/3155
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