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AW: The XHTML as text/html Mess

From: Bernhard Keil <Bernhard.Keil@soft4science.com>
Date: Mon, 24 Jun 2002 15:16:20 +0200
To: "David Carlisle" <davidc@nag.co.uk>, <eoin.lane@capeclear.com>
Cc: <www-math@w3.org>, <science@capeclear.com>
Message-ID: <IIEOKCCPKDALHBHODAENMECKCCAA.Bernhard.Keil@soft4science.com>

I haven't got it running either (so that
the stypesheet will work for both
Mozilla and non-MathML-enabled browsers).

I think the best thing is to use server side browser detection
and server side stylesheet transformation.


Bernhard Keil

mailto:Bernhard.Keil@soft4science.com


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Betreff: Re: The XHTML as text/html Mess




> but am coming up against the follow problem described here :
> http://damowmow.com/mozilla/xhtml-in-uas.xhtml

That should not be a problem if you use the stylesheet. If you are using
the stylesheet then all browsers (that work at all)  will want to see
the document as text/xml not text/html. So differences in handling
text/html should not be a problem (this is one of teh main benefits of
using the stylesheet, it enables rendering of XHTML documents served as
XML in internet explorer)

David



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