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Re: Understanding why <tag></tag> is the way it is (wa

Subject: Re: Understanding why <tag></tag> is the way it is (was Re: IE Client side transformation issue)
From: "Manfred Staudinger" <manfred.staudinger@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 3 Aug 2007 20:37:34 +0200
Re:  Understanding why <tag></tag> is the way it is (wa
On 03/08/07, G. Ken Holman <gkholman@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> At 2007-08-03 19:19 +0200, Manfred Staudinger wrote:
> >On 03/08/07, Abel Braaksma <abel.online@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > > There is a cdata-section-elements on xsl:output, but not a
> > > never-minimize-elements attribute or something similar.
> >There is no need for such an attribute, because MSXML3 handles
> >the two cases differently. If you specify in your stylesheet
> ><div style="display: none"/> it becomes <div style="display: none" />
> >(invalid html)
> >but
> ><div style="display: none"></div> becomes <div style="display: none"></div>
> >in the output.
> >
> >Note that there is _no_ need to using nbsp or xsl:comment to ensure
> >valid html !
> I disagree with your summary above based on my own experiences that
> when using the HTML serialization with MSXML and other tools.  The
> distinction you make is for XML serialization, not for HTML
> serialization.
Speaking only about serialization with MSXML this holds for both xsl:output
methods, XML and HTML. Why do you think its different for HTML?


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