Subject: Re: [xsl] Does anyone know how to make IE less useless for XSLT developement?|
From: Dimitre Novatchev <dnovatchev@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 10 Feb 2006 19:51:22 +1100
> Honestly, I don't know how > people put up with developing apps exclusively under IE. It's like > having both arms and legs chopped off once you've developed with FF There are good examples of web sites that generate their pages using client-side XSLT transformation inside IE. Just the first two that prominently come into my mind: http://www.xsltblog.com/ http://jenitennison.com/index.xml By asking these people (and isn't this exactly the purpose of any forum?) how they did it one will definitely get the best information from the experts. So, the general answer is (and that's really good!) that one still has to learn a lot. -- Cheers, Dimitre Novatchev --------------------------------------- The significant problems we have cannot be solved at the same level of thinking with which we created them. On 2/10/06, Terence Kearns <terence.kearns@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > Unfortunately there are still some traditionalists out there who > insist on using IE. So far, my web application is only working in > Firefox. I load it up in IE, and I just get a lame error with no line > number and "the source is unavailable". Honestly, I don't know how > people put up with developing apps exclusively under IE. It's like > having both arms and legs chopped off once you've developed with FF. > IE says "This name may not contain the '@' character: -->@<--name > Error occurred during compilation of included or imported sty..." > My server-side transform processor doesn't compain about any errors > either so I'm assuming it's not just FF being lenient. I don't want to > transform server-side unless I absolutely have to. > > Surely there must be some sort of extension that you can get for IE > that allows you to debug with it.