Re: [xsl] viewing as a html

Subject: Re: [xsl] viewing as a html
From: omprakash.v@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Date: Fri, 8 Apr 2005 17:30:47 +0530
       Do you really have <sub>p</sub> in your html source. If that is the
case, I don't know if any browser would display the tags instead of the
subscript as you desire. Do you have a file that you are displaying or is
it from a servlet output stream. If so, you may have to set the content
type to text/html for it to display correctly.


                      T UmaShankari                                                                                                           
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   I am having &lt;sub&gt;P&lt;/sub&gt; tag in my xml file i am trying to
view the contents in the browser. But in browser it is displaying as
<sub>p</sub> not by displaying subscript of P. I have given the output
type as html only in the xsl file . Is there anything needs to do other
than this ?


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