People *really* want to see some HTML output for XML document via CSS. However many of the XML developers feel that clicking on view source is a better way for viewing XML... However, a stylesheet has been written that gives more visual information than can be found in the View Source window.... It is also a nifty feature for developers....
so.... what's the bug? You want a feature like this in Mozilla? I recommend you try the document inspector, by the way... it sounds like you would like it and imo it's better for this than what that site lists.
The summary is misleading: there is an XSLT stylesheet that is applied to the XML file, the CSS is just decoration on the *result*. Anyway, this is basically a duplicate of another bug, applying default XSLT to an XML file to see the structure. It should be possible to specify the XSLT file and also the conditions when it should happen etc. *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 64945 ***
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 17 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
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