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Can anyone tell me, Is there is any browser that can validate a XML document?
Is there is any plug-in kind of thing for IE5.5?
If yes then pls. Give the url also.
TIA,
Anup Batra
 
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IE 6 which I suggests, simply checks the xml document for well-formedness. It includes it's own built-in stylesheet that displays your xml in a collapsable tree view if it is well-formed. If not, it displays an error with a line number.
 
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