Re: Using xsl:output in browsers, was: Re XHTML
Too all that are listening in: I advice Sarissa if you do browser based transformations. That will save you quite some hassle (it unifies the interface) and works for all browsers that support XSLT.
some browsers support some types of transforms and some of XSLT. For example Safari does not support JS transforms (you have to use a PI). Opera does not support (still...) the document function. Firefox and MS IE are your best bets if you want to control client-side XSL with JS (i.e. with something like Sarissa, or dojo).
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