Re: Can XSL recognize IE5 versus Netscape?

Subject: Re: Can XSL recognize IE5 versus Netscape?
From: Tony Graham <tgraham@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 10 May 2000 12:52:13 -0400 (EST)
At 10 May 2000 11:57 -0400, Medina, Edward wrote:
 > I'm wondering if there something that I can do with XSL that 
 > if IE5 is being used then do this, if Netscape is being used
 > then do that!  Just like the choose/when elements of XSL.
 > The reason I'm asking (and I know you are going to ask why
 > would I want to do that), is that every time I get something to
 > display right in IE5 in doesn't look right in Netscape and
 > viceversa.  Any suggestions?  

In, I
used multiple namespaces and <choose> elements in each namespace to
control the output.  The stylesheet relies on web browsers ignoring
non-HTML elements, since for each namespace, the elements in the other
namespace are literal result elements that are copied to the result


Tony Graham
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