MSIE5 Beta 2 + XML

james anderson James.Anderson at
Fri Oct 16 15:06:25 BST 1998

this access imperative seems especially important if the "browser" is to be
able to report changes back to the server.

is there anything anywhere "on paper" about using styling facilities in a
"not-browsing-only" front end?

Tim Bray wrote:
> At 08:51 PM 10/14/98 -0400, Frank Boumphrey wrote:
> >I am using a simple script and the DOM to transform XML to HTMLon the fly,
> >and style it with a CSS style sheet.
> You're doing this to achieve effects not available via CSS alone, I
> assume?  In principle it would be better to do it with XML+CSS alone so
> that a programmer could have read/manipulate access to the XML stuff
> through the DOM without the transform getting in the way...

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