I don't think this is quite the case. For example the left frame of the
Shakespeare page is a pure xml file (xml/navigation.xml). If you load it
into your IE5B2 there is no source to see, I guess because it does not
understand how to show the source when it is xml? However if you open the
page in an older version of Netscape you can see that it is pure xml
source, a fragment of it looks like:
<?xml version="1.0" ?>
<?xml:stylesheet type="text/xsl" href="../xsl/navigation.xsl" ?>
<name>All's Well That Ends Well</name>
<name>As You Like It</name>
And you can also look at the xsl file a fragment of which looks like:
IE5B2 is displaying this pure xml with no HTML being created on the server.
So it is true that not all the pages in the site are XML, but many of them are.
At 11:28 AM 12/3/98 -0500, you wrote:
>Unfortunately, both Shakespeare and the Annotated Spec, great though they
>both are, are really HTML generated from XML.
>How about a "pure" (dread word) XML site where XML would be visible where
>View Source to be turned on?
>> From: Liora Alschuler[SMTP:[log in to unmask]]
>> Sent: Thursday, December 03, 1998 10:34 AM
>> To: [log in to unmask]
>> Subject: Re: Cool XML Websites
>> And don't neglect www.XML.com 's annotated XML spec by Tim Bray. Also, his
>> explanation of how this was created.
>> At 09:35 AM 12/3/98 -0500, Timothy W. Croy wrote:
>> >You might also try http://www.sgml.saic.com/aat.
>> >It has a variety of XML demos.
>> >Tim Croy
>> >----- Original Message -----
>> >From: Joe Carmel <[log in to unmask]>
>> >To: <[log in to unmask]>
>> >Sent: Thursday, December 03, 1998 6:27 AM
>> >Subject: Cool XML Websites
>> >>Does anyone know of any cool XML websites to show off IE 5? I really
>> >>like the Shakespeare site at
>> >>Know any others? Thanks,
>> >>Joe Carmel
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