The document tree is shown below
Php generated xml file not showing correctly in chrome or
The sitemap on clippingpathdesk.com shows “There does not appear to be any style details associated with this XML file. Here is a diagram of the paper tree.” this paragraph I’m not sure what I’m talking about. Please clarify the issue and potential solutions.
It is not a dilemma that you must fix. You can build an XSLT file that transforms xml to something else, such as html, so the browser is simply implying that there is no XSLT file referenced and will view the data as raw xml. Only search engines would have access to that text, because they’re only interested in the raw xml.
This is more of a warning than a mistake, as the browser is unable to display the XML correctly. The browser will view the XML as raw text if there is no formatting detail. You’ll need to use XSL formatting to view your XML in a formatted manner. You can include it directly in your XML or save it as a separate file (in the same way you embed CSS directly in your HTML or define it in its own file).
Please enclose code between lines that contain only three backtick – characters when posting it here. That means you’ll have one line of, followed by your code, and finally another line of. This keeps the code’s formatting, making it much easier to read – particularly in statements where indentation is essential.
What URL is triggering the message you’re referring to? Is it your post list view or the sitemap page? (And why do you have entries in your template for xml and doctype? Is there something you can find in the tutorial you’re using?)
The defined attributes and methods in the app’s directory’s sitemap.py file do not throw an error. After opening my localhost/sitemap.xml, the resulting page has the same tree as the tutorials, except for the message I posted above, which appears at the top of my page, followed by an underline, and then the tree.
To begin, let me state unequivocally that your urls.py file does not create a page. It’s just the mechanism your server process employs to locate the view that results in a page being created. The view in this case is the sitemap utility.
This xml file does not appear to have any style information
This error occurs on the client side when the client (the webbrowser) interprets the HTTP response content as text/xml instead of text/html for some reason, and the parsed XML tree lacks an XML-stylesheet. In other words, due to the incorrect or incomplete HTTP response content form, the webbrowser incorrectly parsed the retrieved HTTP response content as XML instead of HTML.
If the HTTP request didn’t invoke the FacesServlet, it wasn’t able to decode the Facelets file and produce the desired HTML output based on the XHTML source code, which can happen in the case of JSF/Facelets files with the default extension of.xhtml. Firefox then simply guesses the HTTP answer content form based on the.xhtml file extension, which is evidently interpreted as text/xml by default in your Firefox configuration.
You must ensure that the HTTP request URL, as displayed in the browser’s address bar, matches the FacesServlet’s url-pattern> as specified in the webapp’s web.xml, in order for it to be invoked and generate the required HTML output based on the XHTML source code. If it’s *.jsf, for example, open the page with /some.jsf rather than /some.xhtml. You may also simply modify the url-pattern> to *.xhtml. You’ll never have to deal with virtual URLs again.
Loading a local xml file in chrome, firefox and ie 10
An XML Sitemap file is the name given to a sitemap file generated by Sitemap Automator. XML is a method of adding context to text in a file. In a text file, for example, you can include a URL and surround it with the XML tags url> and /url>. This will advise an application on how to manage the text (ie treat it as a URL).
An XML file’s advanced feature is the ability to provide styling detail. This means that you can view the XML document in your web browser with fancy font styling to make it look good. An XML sitemap file does not need any styling because it is just for search engines. When you open the sitemap in your browser, it simply tells you that there is no styling detail, so it displays the XML file as is.