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The technology used for creating links in XML is XLINK and XPOINTER , are you
using either of these.
XLINK links to the entire document , XPOINTER links to a fragment or sub section
of a document.
An example of XLINK would be
<somelement xmlns:xlink="http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink/namespace/ ">
<elementtolink xlink:href="http://somewhere.com">click me<<elementtolink>
IE 5+ does support xml linking.
hope this helps
"Nitesh S. Shetty" <[log in to unmask]> on 12/15/2000 01:32:03 AM
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Subject: Linking in xml
I am new to XML.I have gone through some documentation on the web for xml and
written some few xml documents.Now can anyone help me in knowing that
how different documents can be linked up in xml.I have gone through the xll
documentation but when i write the code and view it in Internet explorer 5 then
the links doesnt show up(as in html) and the normal xml document is shown.
Is it whether internet explorer 5 dosent support xll or i am wrong somewhere?
If ie dosent support then is there any browser that supports xll.
Nitesh S. Shetty
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