Michael Shadle wrote:
On Sun, Apr 12, 2009 at 8:07 AM, Raymond Irving <xwis...@yahoo.com> wrote:

   $html = 

question -

the output of this would be

<script type="text/javascript"><![CDATA    js code ... ]]></script> right?

is the cdata truly necessary? I typically use XHTML 1.0 transitional
and I don't have problems validating.

The problem is that validating xhtml does not necessarily render properly in some browsers *cough*IE*cough*

That's why I prefer to send html 4.01 to those browsers.

Would this function work for sending html and solve the utf8 problem?

function makeHTML($document) {
   $buffer = $document->saveHTML();
   $output = html_entity_decode($buffer,ENT_QUOTES,"UTF-8");
   return $output;

I'll try it and see what it does.

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