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From Vadim Gritsenko <>
Subject Re: HTMLGenerator
Date Sat, 16 Aug 2003 03:55:14 GMT
Geoff Howard wrote:

> Joerg Heinicke wrote:
> ...
>> GOT IT!!!
>> What ever node type this should be: <![if !IE]> <![endif]>
>> this is the reason for the exception. Why the explicite XPath works? 
>> I don't know ... At other places in the same file these constructs 
>> are placed in comments and don't disturb: <!--[if IE]><![endif]--> To

>> which language do these constructs belong?
> You mean you don't use the "Downlevel-revealed Conditional Comment" 
> and the "Downlevel-hidden Conditional Comment" every day?  When I 
> first ran into this I was quite confused but google came to the rescue:
> Basically, IIRC it's a  microsoft extension to html which is a 
> conditional evaluated by the browser.  The two have different meanings 
> that I haven't quite taken the time to grasp.  Do they use it on every 
> page?  How about switching to google or cnn? 


Switch to google *immediately*! Say, -- 
that's what we were pulling from yahoo


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