Re: Render MathML in IE with .asp/.htm file extension

>It shouldn't but it does (or it appears to).
If you have access to the server configuration you can of course fool
it by passing .xml URL's through the ASP xecution so you don't need to
use .asp extension.

Are you suggesting giving the file and xml extension mapping the 
file to asp in IIS?  Can you map specific files?

Tx, Simon

Received on Monday, 27 January 2003 17:21:30 UTC