Disable-output-escaping= Yes Not Working
It amazes me that this problem has not been resolved since 2001. Comment 115 Dmitri Snytkine 2009-06-02 13:20:36 PDT Most people who submit bugs dont know anything about programming mozilla browser. HTML Table of Contents Generator Would you like to automatically add a table of contents to your webpage based on the headings in it? Posts About... http://elliottwaveresearch.com/not-working/xslt-disable-output-escaping-not-working.html
Michael Kay http://www.saxonica.com/ Author, XSLT Programmer's Reference and XPath 2.0 Programmer's Reference #5 (permalink) November 15th, 2006, 05:28 PM nickbond Registered User Join Date: Nov 2006 Location: , Covered by US Patent. Google Earth lets you enter HTML in the Description field for a placemark. My old web host used PHP4 with Sabletron 1.0 and my new service uses PHP5 with libxslt Version 1.1.15 I'm building a simple CMS for a web site and am storing https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=98168
Disable-output-escaping= Yes Not Working
We have end users inputing bad html into our db where we pull from "blog text I want this bold" this happens, I can use tidy etc... As such, I was hoping someone might be able to explain what the issue is and if it still applies now in 2009? even worse the elements after and including the first html will vanish.
- Perhaps I'm wrong.
- The alternative, which does require extensions, is to extract the text and put it through an XML parser, so that xsl:copy-of does the right thing.
- If your browser would interpret the text as part of your DOM I would say that is a bug. (Even whilst you are have incorrect text inside an element.) If you
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- Comment 74 m96 2006-03-06 18:46:50 PST the Linkification problem has been fixed.
From this point of view you modify not only how the output is serialized but you really modify the output tree. The suggestion that you have to rebuild the entire tree to fix this is also suspect to me. This reminds me of a situation in my former job. Posts: 3 Thanks: 0 Thanked 0 Times in 0 Posts I just tried taking the html out of CData and then using xsl:copy-of and it worked! « Previous Thread | Next
Comment 94 Tony Marston 2008-02-28 07:29:28 PST Another reason why your "this is not a bug" attitude is so ridiculous is that you clearly have not read the standards regarding a Disable-output-escaping Yes Is Not Working In Xslt Which XML encoding should I use? I don't see why I should have to do this server side when the browser could do it for me but as it stands I'm going to have to add another http://stackoverflow.com/questions/3044084/xslt-disable-output-escaping-when-disable-output-escaping-is-not-supported Comment 98 Sidney Zurch 2008-06-22 14:03:01 PDT This has to be one of the most ridiculous issues that I have ever encountered in all my years of working with open source.
I proposed this five years ago and it was dismissed as supposed big hit to performance. Horribly useful. Awesome Inc. See for example http://www.jenitennison.com/xslt/grouping/ Comment 57 Phil Ringnalda (:philor) 2004-10-10 18:15:48 PDT *** Bug 262466 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. *** Comment 58 Peter Van der Beken
Disable-output-escaping Yes Is Not Working In Xslt
This allows me to return unsorted data to the browser and allow the user to sort it with a mouseclick and not hit the server just to perform the same query his comment is here The developers' reasons for refusing to fix this SERIOUS bug are, quite frankly, pathetic in the extreme and simply do not wash with the multitude of users who have encountered it. You may object that you still build the only valid DOM tree, but it true only until you suppose serialization of the output to be a plain projection of the DOM However, in Firefox, everything was being displayed as escaped (i.e. &) as opposed to rendering as expected, since Firefox tends to be my primary browser when developing this resulted me losing Xsl Text
Firefox error? I wish Firefox supported more of XSLT, but in this respect it complies with the standard. –LarsH Apr 7 '15 at 13:40 I'm not sure what constitutes "resurrecting." I One is to use a format that doesn't require you to escape the content (eg. http://elliottwaveresearch.com/not-working/dvi-output-not-working.html Fixes a bug in the previous update with entities in text preceding HTML elements.
But end users don't see nor care about this. For more details see Persona Deprecated. For example, i'm a CMS-developer and want a transformation of content of shop-item properties which handled as xml.
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IE6 displays the file as it should, but Mozilla has problems. Not the answer you're looking for? I have to perform XSLT transforms on a half-a-million-record database that is populated with various html entitites. So here is my example to the rest of you guys: Making the dynamic link:
But if XSLT files in real-world applications are using disable-output-escaping, and if we're stuck with editing those XSLT files, then Mozilla/Firefox is making a stand that's leaving its users without a Comment 82 René de Groot 2006-12-05 02:35:44 PST > The tag Sixth, it seems that everyone over the years have dug their heals in so much on this issue that it has gone beyond a rational argument - people are arguing for So we are not going to implement it unless someone comes up with a patch or pays us to do it. This one is possibly relevant to Mozilla's XSLT if you want to serve RSS files directly to the client. On the other hand, it eliminates the possibility of decoupling the transformation from the serialization, which is what you often want to do. the escapes in < is not converted to > < and interpreted as the starting character of the tag . > Instead is displayed literally. Lab colleague uses cracked software. Don't throw stones... I'll repeat it one last time: we are not fixing it in the Transformiix Mozilla module.
Sixth, it seems that everyone over the years have dug their heals in so much on this issue that it has gone beyond a rational argument - people are arguing for So we are not going to implement it unless someone comes up with a patch or pays us to do it. This one is possibly relevant to Mozilla's XSLT if you want to serve RSS files directly to the client. On the other hand, it eliminates the possibility of decoupling the transformation from the serialization, which is what you often want to do.
the escapes in < is not converted to > < and interpreted as the starting character of the tag . > Instead is displayed literally. Lab colleague uses cracked software. Don't throw stones... I'll repeat it one last time: we are not fixing it in the Transformiix Mozilla module.