Re: Modern web site design with XML and XSLT
> There is no such workaround in IE, that I know of, that doesn't either > break the "back" button or throw the browser into quirks mode. If I look at developer tools (F12) on, say, http://www.nag.co.uk/numeric/FL/nagdoc_fl22/xhtml/A02/a02aaf.xml it appears to say it's being rendered using IE8 standards mode rather than quirks mode. Ive never seen any problem with the back button, what bad effects would you expect? Incidentally, to get the mathml on that page to render you will need mathplayer, if you have mathplayer insalled you don't need xslt at all to render application/xhtml+mathml in IE as it acts as a mime filter and intercepts this mime type and displays (as html) in IE. You need to have mathml (doctype or namespace) somewhere at the top of the file just to trigger the filter) But the mathplayer mime filter isn't being used in the above page, which is simply using the xml-stylesheet PI. David
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