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Did anyone try regular xml documents on netscape 6.1 ? Netscape 6.1 is suppose to support xml, right ? I tried some of examples from an authors website and it doesn't look right.
 
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Armand,
I've tried opening xml documents using netscape 6.1. Netscape6.1 displays the document, but looks like a text document. The display is different from IE, which lets the user click on to the + and - to expand or minimize a node in the document. Better stick with IE to display your xml documents.
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Hi Armand & Hema.
Have you people used XSL alsong with your XML to view it in Netscape 6.1?
May be netscape will not show just XML data like the way IE shows. But it may transform the XML using the XSL.
Please Check.
Thanks

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L Goundalkar
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This is timly. Yesterday a co-worker installed Netscape 6.1 and I immediately wanted to know about it's XML support. When she opened raw XML documents, they appeared as text without tags. When she 'Viewed the Source', the XML was colour coded and marked up. On the down side, it was not as interactive as IE5's implementation.
Hope this helps.
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