Thread: XLink Basics

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    Article is nice, clear and objective

    After reading several articles about Xlink, this is the most concise and clearest I have seen, finally I could understand what XLink is about, great job!!
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    informative article

    This was a very informative article. As I am new to XML, this article gave me avery clear idea of XLINK.

    Fro all the articles I have read, I rank this as the best.

    Thank you very much
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    xml links

    Im trying to make a link where both ethe title and target for the link are described in the xml document i.e

    "<a href=" <xsl:for-each select="weblink2">">
    <xsl:for-each select="weblink2_text"></a>"

    having severe trouble though .. any ideas?
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    XLink Basics

    XLink Basics

    October 05, 2001 - If XML is to get anywhere near as popular as HTML is today, it needs to address a pretty basic requirement: the ability to connect different pieces of data together. Luckily, the W3C has a solution...and it's called XLink. Read on for the scoop.

    Please discuss this article in this thread. You can read the article here .

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