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> If you use a text area, then I'd suggest posting it in a form and taking
> value of that text area on the server. That gets around the innerhtml
> issues. But posting using the XMLHTTP object is probably your best bet.
> The only items that innerhtml does not put quotes around are standard
> attributes, custom attributes of tags that are not recognized by IE will
> return with quotes around the attribute values. At least for IE 5 and
> higher. Replacing these can be a pain since IE 5, 5.5 and 6.0 all put
> attributes in a different order in the innerhtml.
You can also use msxml's serializer (it does have one, I believe, though I
have never used it) or write your own serializer to output the xml for
plopping into the textarea. If you know you will always be dealing with a
certain subset of xml, it probably will not be too hard to write a