XHTML DTDs failing in IE5

Toby Speight tms at ansa.co.uk
Thu Jun 10 12:32:16 BST 1999

Mark> Mark Birbeck <URL:mailto:Mark.Birbeck at iedigital.net>

0> In article
0> <A26F84C9D8EDD111A102006097C4CD0D054BF0 at sohos002.ied-support.net>,
0> Mark wrote:

Mark> It's annoying because if I remove the DOCTYPE declaration to get
Mark> past the parser, then I lose the ability to use '&nbsp;' and
Mark> such-like.

Does it help to override the relevant ATTLIST declarations earlier in
the DTD (e.g. in the internal subset if you have the main DTD in the
external one)?  Or does IE dislike this also?


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