EMBED and validation
papresco at technologist.com
Thu Nov 27 14:37:11 GMT 1997
Simon St.Laurent wrote:
> In XML-Link, does XML content that is included by EMBED in a valid document
> have to go through validation like the other parts of the document?
No. Validation is defined for XML documents. XML Link is a completely
different spec and has no bearing on the definition of an XML document.
You seem to rather be thinking of the XML "hyperdocument" (in hytime
> EMBEDded content considered part of the document for styling purposes, grove
> manipulation, etc.?
XML has no style language yet and also has no definition of a grove. So
the answer is "nobody knows yet."
> Dynamic HTML: A Primer / XML: A Primer (January) / Cookies (February)
Do you really have an XML book coming out in January? What spec will it
be based upon?
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