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Re: IE7 Feed Rendering Issue
Both of these are services, not browsers. As a service, its understandable... Limited server resources would justify this, as would the need to cache the data feed, and the related transformation or css files. However, when the client accesses the feed directly from the browser, the resources are no longer an issue, as your dealing with a one-to-one relationship between user and machine, and your also dealing with a browser that has always rendered the XML files as specified the PI directives, as long as those files are valid XSLT and/or CSS files in which IE supports. While you could argue that CSS support is dodgy at best, XSLT support is quite the opposite.
Please don't take this the wrong way... this isn't a lash back against you, and instead an attempt to try and separate what can be seen as a service provider who has never provided support this this, and an application in which has for the last 5 years.
On 3/8/06, A. Pagaltzis <pagaltzis@xxxxxx> wrote:
* James Yenne <jamesy@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> [2006-03-08 20:30]:
>I would call IE7 dropping xml-stylesheet directives a data lose
Neither desktop nor online aggregators (such as NetNewsWire and
Bloglines) have ever paid attention to such directives. What is
your opinion on that?
Aristotle Pagaltzis // <http://plasmasturm.org/>
M. David Peterson