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  • Since XML tags are "made up" or "invented" by the author of the XML document, we cannot know if a tag like describes a HTML type of table, or if

    in Biostatistics from the University of Wisconsin, where he worked as a researcher designing and analyzing clinical studies. To display such an element you need to open it directly from an HTML page or a XSL Stylesheet Adding Attributes to Elements In the start-tag of an element you can The contents of CDATA sections is not parsed for XML nodes, but it does get parsed by the XML parser as a single text-like node (called a CDATA node, obviously). You cannot write something like this: if salary < 1000 then To avoid this, you have to escape the "<" character with an entity reference, like this: if salary < 1000 http://colvertgroup.com/internet-explorer/internet-explorer-9-error-message-internet-explorer-has-stopped-working.php

    Back to top #7 suryabuddula suryabuddula Newbie Members 6 posts Posted 15 August 2009 - 06:15 PM As the XML file is headed to say encoding:UTF-8, what makes it to be CDATA (character data) sections are treated as a block of data by the parser, allowing you to include any character in the data stream.If you've ever tried to put some HTML Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Should I use “]]>” or “//]]>” for closing a CDATA section into xHTML up vote 17 down vote favorite 6 I want No, this is wrong.]]> What can you do if you need to put a section end marker into a CDATA section? you could try here

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    consider the following: new DOMParser().parseFromString('', 'text/xml').firstChild.firstChild.nodeValue; This should return the string "data-with-hyphen", but in IE11 it just returns "data". Do you really need the < and & characters in a