Re: XLINK support in browsers
>Xlink doesn't seem to be or have been that actively pursued. Many wonder if it, or a successor, will ever actually happen in a meaningful way. I wrote about XHTML 2.0 linking here, worth a read if you're interested: http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/library/x-xhtmlnk.html .micah -- Available for consulting. XForms, web forms, information overload. Micah Dubinko mailto:micah@d... Brain Attic, L.L.C. http://brainattic.info Yahoo IM: mdubinko +1 623 298 5172 Learn XForms today: http://xformsinstitute.com
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