Re: [xsl] RE: XSL and White Space help PLEASE

Subject: Re: [xsl] RE: XSL and White Space help PLEASE
From: David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 4 Jun 2001 15:37:03 +0100
> 7) &#160; isn't legal in all encodings.  Make sure you are using an encoding
> for which it is acceptable.  Too bad, some browsers (especially older ones)
> don't interpret these encodings the same way.

For both the html and xml output method, the XSL system must
output &#160; as a legal construction no matter what output encoding is
specified. (If 160 is in the encoding, it may use character data,
otherwise a numeric character reference or a named entity reference (eg
&nbsp;) will be used.

For the text output method (or a non standard output method) it may not
be possible to output characters that are not in the output encoding.


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