Variable substitution in XML - IE parsing.
And there's IE and why so many people think it sucks . I am using IE8 for testing and after reading the XML file somehow it doesn't understand the entity var and parses a NULL value. The other text which is not an entity it goes well. Can somebody know some good solution for this? I have been told that IE9 works fine, but didn't checked it. Thanks.
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<!DOCTYPE info [
<!ENTITY asjc "Walter Rodder Fairy">
<!ENTITY em "firstname.lastname@example.org">
<!ENTITY au "Craig Werteston">
<data>March of 2012</data>
<desc>Description stuff, blah, blah</desc>
Not sure what you see on IE8 but running IE9 with IE8 Standards and IE8 Browser Mode seems ok. Just in case did you turn on the feed view?
Thanks for answering ssystems. Yes, feed view is turned on in my IE8.
Originally Posted by ssystems
What I see is the following, according with the XML data above:
On the other hand, all the other major browsers write the variable instead of null.
March of 2012
Description stuff, blah, blah
That's interesting. IE9's IE8 mode is not accurate after all. Too lazy to setup a VM for an IE8 (which I probably should considering the new info)
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