Yes, Leslie. I only want to display the raw TEI/XML out of Fedora.
(When I want to apply a stylesheet I use PHP.)
FireFox is the only browser I've found that shows the raw TEI/XML
file directly out of Fedora without needing to locate the dtd. I know
IE can display raw XML if it can find the dtd. Can I do anything in
Fedora to help IE out here?
At 04:24 PM 11/30/2005, Leslie Johnston wrote:
>Are you sending the raw TEI XML to be displayed in the
>browser? Many browsers -- IE and Netscape included -- will not
>display the raw XML without styling applied. Try doing a View
>Source in the browser to see if the TEI files looks all
>right. Firefox is a smarter browser about displaying XML.
>At 03:40 PM 11/30/2005, Peter MacDonald wrote:
>>I am trying to serve up TEI files through Fedora, and it works fine
>>in Foxfire, but not in any other browser I've tried. Other
>>browsers refuse to display the TEI files complaining that there is
>>a missing stylesheet (though no stylesheet is actually declared in
>>the TEI/XML file).
>>I think these browsers choke because the TEI file declares a dtd
>>(not a stylesheet) that browsers cannot find. Foxfire seems
>>forgiving enough to display the XML even though it can't find the dtd.
>>How do I fix this: Do I need to store the dtd in Fedora? Is it a
>>disseminator that I bind to the TEI file?
>>Library Information Systems Specialist
>>Hamilton College Library
>>315 859-4578 (fax)
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