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"Michael Kay" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> In my view the mess is because XLink simply doesn't fit into the layering of
> the XML architecture. The whole point of XML is that you can choose any
> names you like for your objects and attributes, and give them any semantics
> that you like (typically captured in schemas and stylesheets).
What I miss most in CSS is a property that would turn an element into
a link. Something that would make it possible to replicate a/href only
on arbitrary elements/attributes, or even on character content.
<as-in>more information at <link>http://example.com</link></as-in>
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