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From Bert Van Kets <>
Subject RE: How to get HTML (not XHTML) from the HTMLSerializer (C2.0.1)
Date Wed, 10 Apr 2002 14:01:14 GMT
At 15:52 10/04/2002 +0200, you wrote:

>I don't think all members of the group were able to read your signed message.
>AFAIK <br/> is valid HTML unless you have a very old browser.
>Maybe serializing as text may help but if that changes the mime/type you 
>are back to square one.

<br /> is accepted by most old browsers (as opposed to <br/> without the space)


>-----Original Message-----
>From: Yuri Gadow [<>]
>Sent: 10 April, 2002 01:01
>To: Cocoon Users
>Subject: How to get HTML (not XHTML) from the HTMLSerializer (C2.0.1)
>Specifically, how can one prevent empty tags (such as br or input) from
>being serialized as <br/> and <input .../>? Seems that HTMLSerializer
>utilizes a null transform for serialization, and passes in "html" as an
>OutputMethod, but Xalan kicks out the <x/> tags regardless. There was
>some discussion on the Xalan list about this, but it didn't (according
>to the archives) go anywhere...
>Thanks for any tips, and sorry for the RTFM question (but the FM for
>HTMLSerializer is somewhat empty.)
>Yuri Gadow 0x6D21BAAE
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