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XLink in Internet Explorer

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Hi!

I have tried to make a link to a document in XML by using XLink.
It doesn't work in Internet Explorer 6.0, only in Mozilla Firefox.
Is it possible to make this work?

Best regards,
Ingvill
Jul 20 '05 #1
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Ingvill wrote:

I have tried to make a link to a document in XML by using XLink.
It doesn't work in Internet Explorer 6.0, only in Mozilla Firefox.
Is it possible to make this work?


I think the best approach is to use XSLT to transform your XML to HTML
and use HTML links, that works in IE/Win and Mozilla/Netscape/Firefox if
you use client-side XSLT or even in any HTML browser if you use
server-side XSLT.
XLink itself is not supported in IE.
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Martin Honnen
http://JavaScript.FAQTs.com/
Jul 20 '05 #2

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In article <e7**************************@posting.google.com > ig*@domstoladministrasjonen.no (Ingvill) wrote:

Hi!

I have tried to make a link to a document in XML by using XLink.
It doesn't work in Internet Explorer 6.0, only in Mozilla Firefox.
Is it possible to make this work?
You appear to have have a perception problem.
Best regards,


Progress is the mother of problems.

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Lady Chatterly

"Yeah, that Conntard is one f-ed up little imp isn't he, LC?" --
Daedalus

Jul 20 '05 #3

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