Re: Using xsl:output in browsers, was: Re XHTML
Regarding PIs: i hate to say it, but it is a cleaner, easier to work with, more robust and widely supported solution. Probably because its simply architecturally sound, especially when compared to script. However some applications simply need more fine grained control (e.g. the ajax freaks :-).
Regarding activeX: it [expletive deleted] as the rest of IE. BTW, looks like that new shiny XMLHttpRequest constructor in IE 7 always returns an activeX object from MSXML3, that conflicts with everything else if you have MSXML6 installed. Nice.
IE and the MS people are the most difficult to work with (irrelevant but cant help it, sorry). I'm sure there are exceptions in both browser features and people, but it's all lost in the big picture.
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