Re: <br>

Subject: Re: <br>
From: Keith Visco <kvisco@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 24 May 1999 18:35:44 -0400
Actually xhtml uses <br />. Note the space before the "/". This should
work in Netscape.  Or you can use an XSL processor that is aware that
your result is HTML (usually done by the result-ns) and it would print
the proper HTML.


xsl-list@xxxxxxxxx wrote:

> Hi*
> How can insert <br> into result document?
> I need html 4.0. I am don't want xhtml( it need <br/>).
> Netscape not handles <br/>.
> :(
>                         Thanks. Eygeny.
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