Re: Modern web site design with XML and XSLT
"Eric J. Bowman" wrote: > > A server sending text/xml is expressing an intent that the payload not > be processed and displayed to casual users. A browser that processes > XML PIs anyway, is overriding server intent. I cannot get any browser > to apply a CSS XML PI to content served as text/xml, with the XSLT PI > commented out. This is wrong (I forgot that <base/> doesn't affect PIs when I tested), browsers do indeed apply CSS to text/xml using CSS PIs. This is one thing, allowing scripts to execute when browser context should be text/xml is another. -Eric
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