[Seaside] xml & ie
julian at beta4.com
Sun May 23 09:45:06 CEST 2004
Avi Bryant wrote:
> On May 22, 2004, at 2:07 PM, radoslav hodnicak wrote:
>> Changing doctype won't help (I've tried) - it's a bug in IE. See also
> "Internet Explorer has an unfortunate bug involving the xml prolog. If
> there is anything on the first line before the doctype, IE6 will switch
> into "quirks" mode. This means that using an xml prolog (<?xml
> version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>) will cause the behavior. An HTML
> comment, even an empty one, will do the same."
> Nice. Thanks MS.
> However, the prolog doesn't seem to change the validation either way, so
> it does look like we can just drop it and use a meta tag to specify the
I'd still rather keep it by default and have a way to turn it off. The
pages won't validate properly without it and everything seaside
generates should be compliant. If a user wants to relax that, then they
should be able to. Also, do all browsers support the meta tag correctly?
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