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more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed Sorry my english. There is *NO* work-around to this problem with Firefox. Or no patch yet? http://elliottwaveresearch.com/not-working/disable-output-escaping-yes-not-working.html

The time now is 06:31 AM. It's a pity that disable-output-escaping isn't generally supported because it's such a useful feature. The other is to output some javascript in your result document that removes the content escaping. I'll leave this open for the standalone Transformiix, I think we still need to fix it there. https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=98168

Xslt Disable Output Escaping Not Working

Such as spec says we shouldn't, you can't do anything with it that you can't do without it, supporting it encourages bad stylesheets, even if we did support it stylesheets would http://use.perl.org/~TorgoX/journal/24272 3. Comment 117 Michael Smith 2009-10-27 09:38:13 PDT I have this problem too.

I'm left with the pityful alternative of using Javascript to warn the customers to use Internet Exploder. I have a habit of submitting bugs any time I see a bug in any program I use. Comment 74 m96 2006-03-06 18:46:50 PST the Linkification problem has been fixed. The question about use of performance is a design issue that can be bargained.

Now, I have to use server-side XSL Transformation which is very ugly I think. Disable-output-escaping Yes Is Not Working In Xslt share|improve this answer answered Jun 15 '10 at 14:00 user357812 Rats, I thought this was going to be the answer, but I was hopeing for something else. So instead of having e.g.Whatever.

Whatelse.]]>as the input and doing e.g. in the stylesheet you would change the input to e.g.

Whatever.

Whatelse.

and then use e.g. in comes to mind.

The only approach in some cases is to avoid the need to use disable-output-escaping by changing the input format, for instance if you want to use it to output HTML fragments What is this line of counties voting for the Democratic party in the 2016 elections? VERIFIED Comment 28 Axel Hecht 2003-08-08 07:35:40 PDT We could reinvestigate this decision if we ever make up a good way to support document.write as well. See bug 176668 Comment 29 Axel Hecht 2003-09-15 15:01:57 PDT *** Bug 219309 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. *** Comment 30 Peter Van der Beken [:peterv] 2003-09-25

  • Comment 106 Mark Omohundro 2008-08-18 09:45:15 PDT Need an in-line JavaScript workaround?
  • In other processors you could write something similar yourself as an extension function: something that takes a string is input, throws it at an XML parser, and returns the document node
  • Comment 72 Tony Marston 2006-03-05 16:01:26 PST Ooooh!
  • It is producing :AT&T.
  • Forcing the & to not be escaped makes the resulting XML invalid XML.
  • Here's an example snippet of my XML...
    Hello world

    ]]>
    I'm transforming this XML via PHP with an XSLT stylesheet that contains, amongst other things, the following...
  • What is the meaning of "cow in the middle"?
  • looking for alternatives P: n/a David Henderson I know 'disable-output-escaping' has been discussed in the past, but I can't put my finger on any of the threads to see if my
  • First of all, it strikes me that the reasons for Firefox not implementing this are too esoteric.
  • Because when it is applied on: .

Disable-output-escaping Yes Is Not Working In Xslt

Then I found this thread and was very disappointed by what I found. Another important point is that while you (the developers) have been arguing that this will add extra processing time, someone has written a javascript as a specific workaround for Firefox lack Xslt Disable Output Escaping Not Working How to find limit of function. Xslt Disable-output-escaping Example What are some possible solutions to this issue?

For other browsers, it is assumed that the disable-output-escaping attribute will work. his comment is here Comment 112 Dmitri Snytkine 2009-06-01 09:20:03 PDT All I can do is keep using the javascript hack. Comment 71 Axel Hecht 2006-03-05 14:12:53 PST Tony, if you don't mind your wording in the future, we'll consider administrative actions against it. I've searched the web looking for alternatives to disable-output-escaping but can only find advice about not using it - no suggested alternatives. Xsl Text

why? K.;" pubDate="21 July 2007"> Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Here's the XSLT fragment that transforms it to HTML: http://elliottwaveresearch.com/not-working/dvi-output-not-working.html 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

I find it is really a shame that it all works in IE 6.0 as in W3C specifications and just as I expect to. :-) and fast i guess i'll just How to plot a simple circle in LaTeX more hot questions question feed lang-xml about us tour help blog chat data legal privacy policy work here advertising info mobile contact us Safari XLST transformations of these entities work correctly; even Internet Explorer renders them correctly.

So, this is a design issue, not a few lines patch can be fixed.

Imperfect solution for the imperfect world use javascript innerHTML to populate the area with all your bad html :) below is a reference to a site that has this method well Comment 122 Scott Trenda 2010-03-22 16:49:09 PDT Created attachment 434081 [details] A workaround template written in XSLT (updated) Previous workaround template, updated with named-entity support. Comment 78 JK 2006-09-10 11:02:39 PDT That bug was submitted 5 years ago. You are currently viewing the XSLT section of the Wrox Programmer to Programmer discussions.

Comment 51 Kamil Szot 2004-09-12 04:25:21 PDT (In reply to comment #50) > (In reply to comment #47) > I agree with you! Join & Ask a Question Need Help in Real-Time? If that is what you want (XML document->parse->transform->serialize->XML document), I suggest you find a way that works with trees or use a server-side processor. http://elliottwaveresearch.com/not-working/css-top-not-working.html Firefox error?

The reference implementation, which is still Internet Explorer (flamebait), supports the XSLT spec properly - why doesn't Firefox/Mozilla? My problem is, I have to embed an HTML fragment (written by the user or an HTML generator tool) inside the generated page. However, I'm happy. Comment 99 Peter Van der Beken [:peterv] 2008-06-23 02:30:53 PDT Reopening to reflect the real status of this bug.