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Re: [xml-dev] html 5, svg and internal subset?

Dave Pawson wrote:

>> I am sure with Firefox or Mozilla you can use an .xml file with
>> elements from XHTML, SVG and MathML just fine as long as you use
>> namespaces. And Opera I think has no MathML support but can certainly
>> render mixed namespace XHTML and SVG documents.
> Which is fine for a trivial SVG file, but with a few hundred/thousand
> lines of SVG (or mathml) it all gets a bit messy and could benefit
> from an import/include, which is what i'm looking for?

I don't know about a source level inclusion but HTML and XHTML have 
elements like "img", "iframe" and "object" to include other documents 
and Opera 10 already supports using SVG documents as the source of an 
HTML img element e.g.
   <img src="someSVG.svg">
and Firefox 4 will support that too (indeed the current nightly 
Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 5.1; rv:2.0b6pre) Gecko/20100909 
Firefox/4.0b6pre I have here already does).
That way you can at least keep HTML and SVG markup in different files.


	Martin Honnen

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