Re: XSL: xt question

Subject: Re: XSL: xt question
From: alex@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Date: 18 Sep 1998 09:14:32 -0700
Date: Fri, 18 Sep 1998 09:14:32 -0700 (PDT)
> I too discovered that when I tried to do <HR/> ... I ended up doing <HR
> width="100%"> instead and that worked.
> So, just now I tried <BR/> and agree with you Netscape ignores it, so I
> created  <BR bogus="bogus"/> and this version of the BR command is
> respected by Netscape (since it ignores bogus attribute values).

Hmmm, I wouldn't do it this way because you are putting the hacks into
your stylesheet.  Once some implementation fixes this issue or browsers
accept the empty tag syntax you would have to change your stylesheet.

I would post-process the XML produced to change empty tag syntax for HTML.  It 
is a really easy perl script to write.

R. Alexander Milowski      alex@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx     (650) 858-4985       v|e|o
                          MOS | sed s/SG/X/g > DYX

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