Inane — When you parse XML with HTML data in it, say:
<some-tag> <![CDATA[ <a href="http://www.visitask.com"> Project management resources </a> ]]> </some-tag>
And then apply a style akin to:
<xsl:value-of select="." disable-output-escaping="yes" />
Then you expect a link, i.e. Project management resources. This is standard W3C recommendation and best I know is it works in every browser that supports XSLT. Except for Mozilla.
Mozilla won’t let you embed chunks of non-valid HTML data in XML as CDATA because it is slow to parse a document twice before rendering it; and don’t expect Mozilla to do this in the future, because the devs know better than you do.