Re: [xsl]   doesn't work for some browsers

Subject: Re: [xsl]   doesn't work for some browsers
From: Steve Freeman <smfreeman@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 09 Oct 2003 08:21:34 -0400
Why not use "&nbsp;" instead? All browsers understand that.


Weaver, Debbie wrote the following on 10/9/2003 7:14 AM:


I've been happily using &#160; in my XSL stylesheets for a while now but have recently come across a problem where in some browsers the output is either displayed as a ? or a box.

I understand that this is probably due to the browser misinterpreting the character encoding, but my question is - how can I get around this problem? I have substituted &#160; for &#32; and that does seem to solve the problem, but to be honest...I'm not really sure why or whether it is an OK solution.

I hope someone can help,

Thanks--- Debbie

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