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Chiusano Joseph wrote:
> Robin Berjon wrote:
>>Given technologies such as XBL
> Did you really mean XBL?  It never advanced past the W3C Note stage,
> and that was 3 years ago.
That W3C note is the early ancestor of today's XBL but that's as far as
it goes. Today, XBL offers a way to attach behavior to markup, build new
widjets, allow anonymous content etc. And you just do it by XML and
 For example, you can build a <my-extended-div> tag, actually
composed of other elements behind the schenes; but it will only be
available as one element in the DOM.
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