Re: HTML+ and browser functionality (Dale Dougherty)
From: (Dale Dougherty)
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Date: Tue, 29 Jun 1993 07:58:57 -0700
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        "Re: HTML+ and browser functionality" (Jun 29,  3:31pm)
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To: Dave_Raggett <>,
Subject: Re: HTML+ and browser functionality
On Jun 29,  3:31pm, Dave_Raggett wrote:
} Subject: Re: HTML+ and browser functionality
>Urh, whats wrong with the LINK element, e.g.
>        <LINK rel="up" href=...>
>        <LINK rel="prev" href=...>
>        <LINK rel="next" href=...>
>The links specified with the LINK tag are assumed to be global to the
>entire document and so could be automatically added to a menu or toolbar.
This seems like the right approach.  We'd like to use it to
define a linear sequence, for example, the sections of a chapter.
However, we should probably be sure to distinguish "next" and "prev" 
from "forward" and "back", which have to do with the navigational

In a previous message, you 
mentioned using the GROUP tag also for this purpose.  Can you
explain use of the GROUP tag?  I'd like to use the GROUP tag to
is define a set of links shared by a set of documents, such as
chapters all containing links to a table of contents, or a glossary.



Dale Dougherty 
Digital Media Group, O'Reilly & Associates, Inc.
103A Morris Street, Sebastopol, California 95472 
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