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Jeni Tennison scripsit:
> It means that *authors* can simply do what
> they've always been doing:
> <img src="my.gif" />
Alas for this example, which now must be <object href="my.gif">.
> without having to worry about the fact that for an XLink application
> to understand the img it actually has to look more like:
[extended-link example snipped]
Well, let's not overdo it: simple links work fine. FWIW, IMHO the
presentation attributes in XLink were never a good idea, and if they
are not wanted by XHTML, they make little or no difference to anyone else.
John Cowan, Johnny-come-lately member of Linking WG
John Cowan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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