I need the CDATA block because the boilerplate is a complicated
navigation-style table that someone else has already crafted in HTML.
Although the boilerplate is valid HTML, is does not conform to well-formed
XHTML, so I encapsulate it in a CDATA section.
:-) Thanks again,
"John E. Simpson" wrote:
> At 06:08 PM 03/08/2001 -0800, Ben Lam wrote:
> >It turns out I mistyped the CDATA syntax and omitted the outer pair of
> >square brackets.
> Heh. That couldn't have helped! :)
> I'm still not sure why you need a CDATA block, though. About the only time
> you need to use it in transforming to HTML is if you're creating a script
> element which contains < and/or & characters that you don't want to appear
> in their escaped form.
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