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RE: What are the arguments *for* XHTML 2.0?

xhtml rel
Paul Prescod wrote:

> But perhaps XHTML can help with:
>   * Richer linking primitives 

They're already here.  You just need a UA that groks them.  Download
Mozilla 1.x or Opera 7 beta.  Make sure the Navigation Toolbar is
enabled (preferably set to "Auto"), and if pages have the appropriate
<link rel=...> in them, you will see the Next, Previous, Up, Top, Home,
Contents, Search, Index, Chapter, etc. in the toolbar.  

> (next page, 

	<link rel="next" href="page3.css"/>

> previous page, 

	<link rel="prev" href="page3.css"/>

> top page, 

	<link rel="top" href="page3.css"/>

For one example of a page that has these, take a look at


in one of those browsers (or in Lynx -- if you like text mode.
Actually, Lynx's implementation of these predates Moz by several years
if I'm not mistaken).

> printable version, 

That's already available too, via CSS.  Either

	<link rel="stylesheet" media="print" 
		type="text/css" href="p.css"/>

Or in the CSS itself:

	@media print {
	  /* print declarations here */



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