Walter Underwood wunder at infoseek.com
Wed Nov 3 21:31:20 GMT 1999

At 06:34 AM 11/4/99 +1000, Lars George wrote:
> ... It even gives you a chance to decide which XSL you use for which user
>agent (browser). Therefore you can transform your data on the server and
>serve it to all available browsers out there just by providing different XSL

Be sure to do something sensible for unrecognized user agents.
Our spider got an error message for every single page at one
site, because the site didn't know what to do for the user-agent
(browser) called "Ultraseek".

Walter R. Underwood
wunder at infoseek.com
wunder at best.com (home)
http://software.infoseek.com/cce/ (my product)

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