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  • From: "Michael O' Dell" <maod@hotmail.com>
  • To: xml-dev@XML.ORG
  • Date: Thu, 15 Jun 2000 14:46:01 GMT

>Tom Passin replied:
>So, would you be specific about why and where you think it 'shouldn't 
> >work'? What did you think would happen and why?  What actually >happens 
>that is different?  Don't make us guess!

If you look at the original mail that I sent out, I have a <Link> tag under 
the description tag. However, if you were to look at this structure in a 
graphical form, this is what one is presented with:

<division attribute>
		some text....
			<link url attribute>some text....</link>
		some more text

To me, the <link> tag should go against the well formed idea of XML. Given 
the presense of text, 'some text' within the <description> element, 
shouldn't this tag be closed first, before opening the <link> tag?

I hope this makes my problem more understandable.

Again, thanks for any help / suggestions etc.


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