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RE: CSS/XML in IE5b2 - generated content (WAS: Re: CSS and XSL)

From: "Jelks Cabaniss" <jelks@-------->
Date: 2/20/1999 10:30:00 AM
> I've been experimenting with displaying XML in IE5b2 using both CSS and
> XSL. Can someone confirm that IE5b2 does not support the CSS2 :before and
> :after pseudo-classes, in particular the content property?
> If it does not, shy of running the document through an XSL transformation
> beforehand, does anyone have any brainstorms about how to display text in
> the browser that does *not* appear in the source document?

I couldn't get them to work.  After going gung-ho with CSS in IE3 and IE4, MS
apparently has taken to playing in the side streets of "CSS behaviors" and


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