XLink and XPointer Introduction
XLink defines a set of standards to create a hyperlink in an XML document methods.
XPointer allows the hyperlinks to the XML document more specific part (fragments).
You should have basic knowledge
Before beginning the tutorial you should have a basic knowledge:
- HTML / XHTML
- XML / XML namespace
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What is XLink?
What is XPointer?
XLink and XPointer are W3C standards
In June 27, 2001, XLink has been established as a W3C Recommendation.
XPointer on March 25, 2003 became a W3C Recommendation.
You can us " the W3C tutorial Read more about the XML standard" in.
XLink and XPointer browser support
Browser Support XLink and XPointer only within a minimum.
In Mozilla 0.98 +, Netscape 6.02+, and Internet Explorer 6.0, and have a certain degree of support for XLink. Earlier versions of the browser does not support XLink.