Beyond proxies : XLink support in the browser

@inproceedings{Iorio2004BeyondP,
  title={Beyond proxies : XLink support in the browser},
  author={Angelo Di Iorio and Gabriele Montemari and Fabio Vitali},
  year={2004}
}
In this paper, we describe some issues that every implementation of external linkbases using XLink has to consider, and provide a number of possible solutions. We particularly consider as relevant the issues connected to providing navigation-related features, that is, adding external links to the actual web pages before displaying them, and to providing creation-related features, that is, the user interface elements necessary to users to create new links, or modify and delete existing ones… CONTINUE READING

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