From:  Jonas Sicking <jonas@sicking.cc>
Date:  19 Jun 2008 07:13:32 Hong Kong Time
Newsgroup:  news.mozilla.org/mozilla.dev.tech.xml
Subject:  

Re: Problem in Mozilla for Displaying text from XSL variable

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Are you by any chance trying to output XHTML (rather than HTML), but 
failing to apply the XHTML namespace properly?

Note that if you output XHTML you need to put all the elements you are 
outputting in the XHTML namespace, even in the stylesheet. This usually 
means placing the xmlns attribute on the xml:stylesheet element.

The reason it works in IE is that IE always outputs HTML, even if you 
request XHTML.

However I would strongly suggest that you create HTML rather than XHTML. 
There are a lot of subtle differences between the two and you are likely 
to run into more problems like this unless you know them well.

/ Jonas

Parag.gupta.iiita@gmail.com wrote:
> I have one problem regarding displaying text from XML file.
> I have a XSL variable named $p = (0 0 0) (0.82 0 0) (1.63 -0.01 0)
> (2.63 -0.01 0) (3.63 -0.01 0) (4.63 -0.01 0) (5.63 -0.02 0) (6.63
> -0.02 0) (7.63 -0.02 0) (8.6 -0.02 0)
> This line contains X,Y,Z coordinates of 10 points.
> for displaying each coordinate in a separate line.Like this....
> (0 0 0)
> (0.82 0 0)
> (1.63 -0.01 0)
> (2.63 -0.01 0)
> (3.63 -0.01 0)
> (4.63 -0.01 0)
> (5.63 -0.02 0)
> (6.63 -0.02 0)
> (7.63 -0.02 0)
> (8.6 -0.02 0)
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> > for more clearity go to this link > http://bytes.com/forum/thread786674.html > > NOW THE PROBLEM is this, that in IE 6.0 its displaying all the points > in different row, but when i open that file in mozilla,it displays all > the points in a single row. can any one hlep me that how can it > display each point in different row in mozilla?