Subject: Re: [xsl] PHP XSL adds Content-Type meta|
From: "Martynas Jusevicius" <martynas.jusevicius@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 8 May 2007 15:16:47 +0200
What's an OP? Are you referring to me? :) I'm generating valid XHTML, no internal or temporary formats. I just have a bunch of page-specific stylesheets, which form the main content of the page and include the "master" stylesheet, shich defines the general layout as well as the <head>.
On 5/8/07, Michael Kay <mike@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > Though I got the impression here that they were inferring XHTML from the use > of method="xml" and doctype-system="....", which is definitely a departure > from the spec.
It certainly does, which makes it a bit tricky to serve valid XHTML Strict to browsers who don't understand XHTML through application/xml+xhtml as it wraps the <script> elements with CDATA but without the normal comment wrapper workarounds for stupid browsers such as Internet Explorer. Hmm. It would be good if there was a way to make the output="xml" work strict, though.
However, the OP mentioned that he was creating lots of XHTML files that didn't support the <head> section (some internal or temporary formats?). If that is the case, then you *can't* put in the XHTML Strict doctype, because it ain't XHTML Strict and you can't expect your tools to ignore the doctype if you present it. So, going back, you're doing it wrong, mate. :)