Hey Nick, Steven,
That's cool you came up with a decent solution. There is a slightly
simpler way that we discussed here on this list back in March
after a bit of a misunderstanding between myself and Manfred, ends
happily, here >
<xsl:comment><![CDATA[[if lt IE 7]>
/* code goes here */
I didn't read through your whole article, so this may very well be a
similar solution that you came up with. Either way, its always good to
see that logic was able to bring things to same general solution... It
always warms my heart to see logic prevail :D
On Sat, 17 Jun 2006 10:12:37 -0600, Nick Fitzsimons <nick(_at_)nickfitz(_dot_)co(_dot_)uk>
Stephen Cunliffe wrote:
I did check the FAQ, and scoured the Net but I was unable to find a
good, workable answer for this.
I want to, in my XSL, insert a CC for IE6, that inserts a script tag,
if it is IE.
E.g. this is the rendered result of what I want.
<!--[if IE 6]>
On my web site I have an article about this very issue, including an
XSLT template you can call to produce IE conditional comments. It takes
a qualifier (e.g "IE 6" or "lte IE 6") and a result tree fragment as
parameters; there's a (hopefully clear) explanation of how to use it,
and an example document. You can find the post at:
and the demo at
from which you can copy the template.
Note that a recent WordPress upgrade seems to have messed up some of the
markup in the article. I think I've fixed it now but it's safer to grab
the code from that .xsl file.
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