XML for dynamic content?

David LeBlanc whisper at accessone.com
Thu Jan 21 15:43:14 GMT 1999

Isn't there a W3C working group on something called xml fragments? Don't
know if it's the same idea you have here though.

Dave LeBlanc

At 04:21 PM 1/20/99 -0500, Paul Butkiewicz wrote:
>But on a "dreaming" sort of note, suppose the client's browser was working
>on the XML directly, either because the HTML was embedded with XML tags or
>because the client's browser is working off of style sheets as well.
>Wouldn't it be cool if you could somehow update just a fraction of the XML
>document?  Suppose you could just retrieve the document element pertaining
>to the hangman or the word (to borrow from your example) and just
>re-retrieve that part of the document rather than the whole thing.  Wouldn't
>that be cool?

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