in reply to Getting Netscape to use a linked XSL stylesheet
Ok then... It's not the content type header. It's not validity. So we need to step back and refocus, I guess...
Another idea: Don't use localhost in the href to the XSL. Use a relative link, or use your box's real hostname. Maybe your browser/server chokes on where http://localhost is, while it's fine with file://localhost.
Hamlet: There's more between heaven and earth than man can apprehend, Horatio...
Horatio: Like Quantum::Entanglement, huh?
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Re: Re: Getting Netscape to use a linked XSL stylesheet
by Anonymous Monk on Oct 01, 2002 at 07:42 UTC