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Re: Does IE have the same problems with XHTML 1.0 Transitional as it does with HTML Transitional?
I'm sure there are. I said it that way to cover myself against someone
pointing one out. As far as I have seen, a working file will carry on
True, but if he isn't then I haven't a clue what your comment was
supposed to mean. Maybe there are other circumstances in which working
files can suddenly stop working, but other than an upgrade (which
shouldn't stop anything working), I can't see what.
Given the very vague nature of the description, it was hard todo
anything other than assume ;-)
Well then, he shouldn't be having problems with files stopping working.
Unless he's done something wrong of course, but you don't seem to
consider that a possibility.
Why is it a backtrack. As far as I am concerned, 2.0 has been out long
enough for anyone doing serious ASP work to upgrade. AFAIK, there aren't
any upgrade issues, and 2.0 offers so many benefits over 1.x that
there's every reason to move.
Anyway, as this is OT for this group, I suggest we drop the subject. If
your friend is having the kind of problems you describe, I suggest he
hops over to the ASP.NET newsgroups and asks there.
(anything added below this line is nothing to do with me)