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  • To: "Elliotte Rusty Harold" <elharo@metalab.unc.edu>
  • Subject: RE: [xml-dev] Slightly off, but... was: XUL appears to be dead,istheresome other standard that should be looked at
  • From: "Sebastian Schnitzenbaumer" <schnitz@mozquito.com>
  • Date: Tue, 9 Jul 2002 19:12:41 +0200
  • Cc: <xml-dev@lists.xml.org>
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  • Thread-topic: [xml-dev] Slightly off, but... was: XUL appears to be dead,istheresome other standard that should be looked at

Elliotte, very cool, thanks, I didn't know that worked.
See that's what I mean, a lot of this stuff works
already, you just need to know about it...
 
I'll add xlinks to my blog now. :-)
 
- Sebastian

	-----Urspr√ľngliche Nachricht----- 
	Von: Elliotte Rusty Harold 
	Gesendet: Di 09.07.2002 19:00 
	An: Sebastian Schnitzenbaumer 
	Cc: xml-dev@lists.xml.org 
	Betreff: RE: [xml-dev] Slightly off, but... was: XUL appears to
be dead,istheresome other standard that should be looked at
	
	

	At 6:35 PM +0200 7/9/02, Sebastian Schnitzenbaumer wrote:
	
	>And the other thing: My blog has real hyperlinks. Since the
	>RSS XML file defines links with the <link> element, which
	>of course browsers won't understand as links, I've simply
	>used HTML linking inside my RSS file thru namespaces and
	>it just works:
	>
	><item>
	>   <title>...</title>
	>   <description>...</description>
	>   <link>http://...</link>
	>   <html:a href="http://...";>...</html:a>
	>   <dc:date>2002-07-09T10:19:17-01:00</dc:date>
	></item>
	>
	>So you can throw any arbitrary XML at IE6, style it
	>with CSS *and* import anything you like from XHTML
	>thru namespaces. That's exactly the Modularization idea
	>implemented right there. Mozilla is just not there yet but very
close.
	>I do think we are getting there...
	>
	
	Actually Mozilla would let you do this using XLinks rather than
HTML
	links. In fact, you could make your html:a element an XLink too
so it
	works in both IE6 and Mozilla. Something like:
	
	<item xmlns:xlink="http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink";>
	   <title>...</title>
	   <description>...</description>
	   <link>http://...</link>
	   <html:a href="http://...";
xlink:href="http://...";>...</html:a>
	   <dc:date>2002-07-09T10:19:17-01:00</dc:date>
	</item>
	
	Of  course you could also use XSLT in both Mozilla and IE.
	--
	
	
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