[Seaside] xml & ie

Julian Fitzell julian at beta4.com
Sun May 23 19:02:01 CEST 2004

Avi Bryant wrote:
> On May 23, 2004, at 12:45 AM, Julian Fitzell wrote:
>> 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.
> I haven't seen the W3C validator complain about it being missing, even 
> as a warning.

Pretty sure it was on the list of problems Romas was reporting to us.... 
but perhaps I'm wrong.

>>  If a user wants to relax that, then they should be able to.  Also, do 
>> all browsers support the meta tag correctly?
> Probably, but what I did in the latest commit was changed the 
> Content-type header directly, which should definitely be supported.  At 
> least, I'd think it would be; you never can tell with browsers (de 
> browsibus semper dubitandum est).

Well, I'll back out of this conversation until I have time to test it, I 


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