Christine Ruotolo wrote:
>How about something like this?
> <html:img src="foo" xmlns:html="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" />
>Not so pretty, but seems to work OK.
hmm, you say that works? if so, thats OK. The ramifications
of what Gecko (or whatever) thinks is going on, I
prefer not to let my mind contemplate :-}
I find myself using the html: namespace quite often
at work for encoding web forms and such like trash.
I wonder how far it goes? for instance, will it look at <script>
if I put it in a <html:head>?
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