Re: Embedding HTML tags into XML

Subject: Re: Embedding HTML tags into XML
From: Miloslav Nic <nicmila@xxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 22 Jul 1999 07:21:28 +0200
And for compatibility reason do not use e.g. <hr/> but <hr> <xsl:text>
</hr>. Even relatively new browsers does not understand the <.../> tag
and you need to insert a space between, as some XSL parsers like XT will
change <hr></hr> to <hr/>.

Michael Mason wrote:
> Hugh Speirs wrote:
> > Can HTML tags be embedded into an XML document?
> Only if they're well formed -- for example you need to convert <br> to
> <br /> and make sure things like <li> blah </li> are properly matched.
> Alternatively, you can escape the less-than and greater than characters
> with &lt; and &gt;, but this looks ugly and is best avoided if you can.
> Regards,
> Mike.
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