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hardip SSubject: How to Display Links in XML
Author: hardip S
Date: 06 Aug 2005 04:03 PM
Hello Everybody,

I want to know about how to display links in xml. like we display links in HTML (Example: <a href="http://shopwow.com">Shopwow.com</a>)

Some body please help me.


Tony LavinioSubject: How to Display Links in XML
Author: Tony Lavinio
Date: 08 Aug 2005 01:58 PM
XML is a general-purpose language for marking up data; just plain
XML doesn't have a way to express links. Is there some context or
use for which you need links? That would give us the information
we need to help you.
There is a schema for XML called XHTML, which does provide what you
state (but maybe not what you are looking for).

Timothy FloresSubject: How to Display Links in XML
Author: Timothy Flores
Date: 13 Apr 2007 12:49 PM
is there a way to display links in html if your using xml Parser to display the content plz e-mail me at duskbmegaman@gmail.com if you can help

war warSubject: How to Display Links in XML
Author: war war
Date: 15 Sep 2005 05:16 AM
How about this:-

Simple Links
A Simple Link strongly resembles an HTML <A> link:

<link xml:link="simple" href="locator">Link Text</link>

A Simple Link identifies a link between two resources, one of which is the content of the linking element itself. This is an in-line link.

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