You shouldn't participate in open source projects! My problem: i try to generate this onclick method: what i can make is: i can place the confirms in a function. Since this is incorrect behavior it should be fixed. If I have misunderstood the workarounds suggested then please correct me. Part of xml-tree is escaped item html-description which well-formless i cannot grant, and so i doesn't want to do a , i just want to and make the things on. Am I missing something here? Xsl is very interesting technology, I currently try to migrate from some template library to xsl stylesheets.
Another hacking is injecting the doe generated code into the xlst source. I have a custom list. For many people it will be easier to just ignore that mozilla has any xsl capability at all and do transformation on the server side than to find structural walkaround of your decision. However such a web browser wouldn't be able to display the modern web which is what users and developers care about. What is wrong with doing something like: While there are some places where disabling the escaping is necessary, this does not look like one of them. Any corrections or improvements are welcome.
And even in that case the implementation needs to not slow down the engine, break the current architecture or add too much codebloat. Answer: No, as shown in the first transformation. If you have feedback for TechNet Support, contact. One may look at disable-output-escaping as at a feature only allowing some tricks but there are more issues. This may not always be the case. My problem: i try to generate this onclick method: what i can make is: i can place the confirms in a function.
Second, this feature is silently not implemented so that I, and countless others, end up wasting many many hours trying to track down the issue. When you do this, make sure that your data source is trustworthy because of the potential security risk for cross site scripting. Hence none of them are very easy to implement. I suppose that this feature don't require speed, the question is it working or not. There would still be some cases where output wouldn't match - say, if they tried to wrap content in an element by using d-o-e to literally output the opening tag and closing tag. And i suppose that importance of bug should be sometimes determined by votes for bug in bugzilla.
So you could actually say that we do support it 18 years ago I agree with those who say that there is nothing that cannot be done without it. From this point of view arguing that Mozilla only builds output tree is a bit weaker then before. Two notable examples that come to mind are Wang Laboratories and Digital Equipment Corporation. I recommend finding someone with a more helpful attitude to manage this. Please correct me where I'm wrong in the following items: 1.
But you can use it with any your js-scripts. That said, here's my understanding of the base of this issue. The behavior is intentional and conforming to the spec. But there still have a way to stop slow down the none doe xslt, eg. It should be instead serialized to plain text and passed to html parsing engine. If you are not the intended recipient of this message, please notify it to the sender and delete without resending or backing it, as it is legally prohibited. Tutorials, references, and examples are constantly reviewed to avoid errors, but we cannot warrant full correctness of all content.
Or is there a workaround? But in any case, it would be good to have a known workaround. You don't want tree transformations. It amazes me that this problem has not been resolved since 2001. That is irresponsible on many levels and it tarnishes the image of Firefox. Sorry, this is not something to help solve the bug, obviously you know how to fix it, the problem is that you don't want it. More information can be found at. Posted file obsolete — This is a template designed to replace the use of in Transformiix and other transformToFragment-based browsers Opera, Safari, Chrome , while the functionality remains unsupported in those engines.