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From "Carlos Araya" <>
Subject Re: xml and &nbsp;
Date Thu, 19 Jun 2003 13:57:24 GMT

Unless you define the entities in the internal subset, Mozilla and Firebird
are not going to be able to access them. This is a long-standing bug in
Mozilla that has yet to be given a solution.
Carlos Araya
WebCT Administrator /Trainer consultant

Please note: I am no longer employed by the California Virtual Campus. All
CVC business should be addressed to Martha Mills, Project Director at
----- Original Message -----
From: "Joshua Slive" <>
To: <>
Sent: Thursday, June 19, 2003 06:51
Subject: Re: xml and &nbsp;

> On Thu, 19 Jun 2003, Jason Lingohr wrote:
> > I attempted to view dns-caveats.xml and discovered several &nbsp; codes
> > it, to which Firebird spat it and said "undefined entity".
> >
> > A quick grep shows that the element is used in dns-caveats.xml and
> > custom-error.xml.
> >
> > Not being up to speed on style, I'm not sure if this is just a local
> > environment thing for me, or something bigger.  I noticed a nbsp.xml
> > under, not sure if this has relevance.
> Unfortunately, the xml files are currently not viewable using just a plain
> browser.  I can't remember all the details of the current problems, but
> they have at least something to do with these darn character entitites.
> Given that, in order to view the documents you need to use the process
> described here:
> to transform them to html.
> Joshua.
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