If you don't see HTML in your browser but instead get the source XML, you will need to check your error log. (In Internet Explorer you will see a tree-based representation of the XML, and in Mozilla, Netscape, or Opera you will see all the text of the document joined together.)
AxKit sends out varying amounts of debug information depending on the value of AxDebugLevel (which we set to the maximum value of 10). If you can't decipher the contents of the error log, contact the AxKit user's mailing list at email@example.com with details of your problem.
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