RE: [xsl] XML in IE6

Subject: RE: [xsl] XML in IE6
From: "Richard Lander" <rlander@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 22 Oct 2002 14:11:33 -0700
You should be able to find the default XSLT @




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From: martin@xxxxxxxx [mailto:martin@xxxxxxxx] 
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On Tue, 22 Oct 2002, Mike Ferrando wrote:
> This might sound really dumb, but actually I have an xml document
> (below) and I just want to see it in my browser. I use SAXON and Note
> Tab Pro to do my transformations. The finished document (the schema
> that is) is what view in Explorer since it is nice to open and close
> the nodes. It is nice to have software that works in many ways so
> that I don't have to wait for anything to be installed. I will
> probably retire before such requests are ever filled.

i believe IE uses an XSL stylesheet to turn XML into viewable HTML,
similar to this one (which may in fact have been based on the IE one,
sure myself) ->>

which produces this:

the javascript 'twisties' don't work in mozilla tho, if anyone has a fix
let me know!



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