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Re: [xml-dev] XML support in browsers?

At 04:41 PM 6/5/2009, COUTHURES Alain wrote:
>XSLT 1.0 support in browsers is not a problem anymore, in fact. 
>Except Konqueror, every common browser supports XSLT 1.0. Even 
>IE5.5, because of MSXML, correctly performs the XSLTForms transformation.

I understand the "newer" browsers are supporting XSLT, I'm just 
wondering what part of the audience still has the older browsers and 
would be loosing out when they visit your site. Is your audience 
"technical" and such that you can expect them to be on a current 
browser or is it a wider audience and you have decided not to support them?

Is there any standard methodology for trapping an older browser and 
sending an appropriate message? I'm thinking like the Frames design 
where you can send a message or present an alternate view of the content.


Danny Vint

Panoramic Photography

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