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Re: Getting Netscape to use a linked XSL stylesheet

by Flexx (Pilgrim)
on Sep 26, 2002 at 18:33 UTC ( #200988=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

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?

So long,

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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

    Thanks, but this didn't work either. Mozilla still just displayed the XML.

    Maybe I should just admit defeat and say that this is a case of Internet Explorer perhaps not doing things properly, but at least doing them (unlike Netscape/Mozilla). In my opinion there's a lot to be said for getting things to work somehow rather than sticking to the rules and delivering something that just won't do what it's supposed to!

    Thanks again for everyone's suggestions. Please post if you can think of anything else I might try.


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