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    XML in browser

    Hey guys ... I'm really sure this is the right place ... cause it not flash related ... Everytime I make an XML doc ... Sometimes I want to display the data in my MAC browser ... But the results never show up ... Does anybody know why this would happen ... any help is good ...

    Thanks in advance

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    Are you loading it onto a web server? Some servers automatically try to apply an XML Stylesheet to your XML data and provide bodgy results when they don't work.

    IE 5.x on the mac can show XML data fine.

    Thanks

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    I can load it web server ... but for testing I don't ... I'm attaching the HTML and XML that I'm working on ... maybe by taking a look someone can figure it out ...

    thanks guys
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    Couple of problems.

    First is that on line 9, your function is named fuction (missing n).

    The other problem is that you are using the Microsoft xmlDom, which is based on ActiveX. Active X is only available on the windows platform (in IE).
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    so instead of using Microsoft xmlDom, what can I use so it works on both Mac and windows?

    thanks again for the help

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