Perhaps this is the problem. However, for XHTML don't I have to say the
method is 'xml'?
if your browser doesn't like <script/> then it is doing html not xhtml.
Mozilla will understand xhtml if you serve the file as text/xml.
IE does not really handle xhtml at all.
However if your stylesheet had what you said it had, namely
then the result tree should not be linearised as <script.../>
as the newline in the script content is significant, and the element is
If your input really had
then it can be linearised using /> in the xml output method.
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