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Old March 29th 03, 12:16 PM
Tony Marston
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An XML file will display as text unless it transformed into HTML by means of
an XSL file. Does your XML file contain a link to an XSL file, and does that
XSL file actually exist?

Tony Marston

"Kris Shaw" wrote in message
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On Wed, 26 Mar 2003 12:42:41 -0800, "Sunita Kapoor"
said to us:

Hi everyone,

Sorry if I am posting this to the wrong group(s) but here is my problem:

When I save a webpage written in the XML format, I cannot get IE6 SP1 to
open it again! It does in a fashion, but it is in the form of mostly text
lines!

What do I need to do to correct this? Where can I get a fix or plug-in to
read XML files "normally" in IE or even FrontPage XP?

Thanks in anticipation for any suggestions.

Everyone have a very nice afternoon.

- Sunita Kapoor


It maybe helpful to post a link of what you are looking at here. XML
is not one type of file format, but rather is a way of defining file
formats. Its possible that IE may use a helper application inititally,
but this association is lost when the file is saved and then
re-opened.

Kris.



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