a strange question. yes it is. I got a xml file contains the data, and a xsl file convert the data into svg graph. and it successfully done, I can see the result in develop tools such as Xselerator. a beautiful and simple svg graph. however, how can I show it in IE? when I open this xml file with IE, it's just nothing. I think the IE just take the xml file as a xml file instead of a svg. do you know what i mean? hope you can and hope can get help from you. any reply is appreicated.
Originally posted by Sean Li: however, the fact is, i have installed the svg viewer from adobe. i don't know why.
The adobe SVG viewer is only SVG image viewer, it will NOT convert the XML to SVG using XSL and display it on the screen. For your case, it is better if u pre-generate the SVG using your 'processor' and show it using IE(which inturns uses SVG viewer plugin).