Darren Van Norman wrote:
>I'm just learning about Xlinks and I'm trying to just create a simple one
>going to an arbitrary URL as a test. All it does when rendered in IE5.5 is
>show the text, without any link capability. My tutorial says generally a
>simple link appears blue and underlined, just like an href in HTML. Can
>anyone tell me what I'm missing? Does it have to do with a style sheet?
IE does not support XLinks as far as I know. Netscape 6 and any
Mozilla-based browser supports simple XLinks. In fact, a Mozilla-based
browser will format simple XLinks by default (blue and underlined).