Mark Mielke wrote:
> On 01/07/2010 12:21 AM, Ed wrote:
>> Karl Fogel wrote:
>> produces what you see in the following description:
>>> The message is displayed in a horribly broken way in the browser. At
>>> the top, the browser shows a warning bar that says "This XML file does
>>> not appear to have any style information associated with it. The
>>> document tree is shown below.". Below that, it... shows the document
>>> tree, complete with angle brackets and attributes and everything. The
>>> body of the message is visible, sort of, but this is surely not the
>>> intended UI :-).
>> But what I don't know how to produce is how to get from the first link
>> to the second link without clicking directly on the second link.
>> Clicking on the first link, and then clicking on subsequent links
>> (any one) produces a proper UI and message display.
> If you note the /ajax/, I think it's pretty clear that the intent is for
> the browser to invoke java script which downloads the contents as XML,
> using the DOM API.
> page would pull open that .xml and unpack it as DHTML.
Didn't really pay attention to the link itself. Just the results.
Anyway, figured out why and it's exactly as you described it.
(Of course, I didn't use the concise jargon. :))
Received on 2010-01-07 06:52:01 CET