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Hi all,

I have a XML file and a XSLT file, but when I open the XML file, it tells me "invalid style sheet" in opera, and in FF it displays the text in one single line. I can't understand what is the error. Here is the XML file



Here is the XSLT file



Please help me to find the error. I am pretty much new to this subject, so please be kind enough to give me an explanation. Thanks
 
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I just tried those files in Firefox, and it started working once I changed the XSL file to put the output in <html> tags.
 
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Matthew Brown wrote:I just tried those files in Firefox, and it started working once I changed the XSL file to put the output in <html> tags.



WOW!!! THANKS FOR THE HELP!!! I AM SO GLAD!!! Anyway why is that?
 
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My guess: your XSLT document says you're producing XML. (It says that because you didn't include an <xsl:output> element which said otherwise, and you didn't output an opening <HTML> tag to signal your intention to produce HTML.) But then you didn't produce XML.
 
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