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So you are using Internet Explorer?
If you are using Internet Explorer, many of our examples may be unreadable due to a "feature" of that browser. IE does not honor the Content-Type that is sent in the header by the webserver. Instead it scans the beginning of the file and makes it's own decision how the file should be presented to the user.
As an example, when viewing some of the WML files on this site which contain HTML constructs (such as oswb.wml from the WML chapter - hmmm, you need a username/password to view this), IE decides to render it as HTML, even though our server specifically states to render it as readable text.
If you are using IE, then you should use the "View -> Page Source" function to see the code as intended.
Check out the Mozilla browser - it does not have this feature.