Re: HTML+ Addition (frans van hoesel)
From: (frans van hoesel)
Message-id: <9310031233.AA00878@Xtreme>
Subject: Re: HTML+ Addition
To: (Charles Henrich)
Date: Sun, 3 Oct 1993 13:33:00 +0100 (MET)
Cc: (www-talk discussion list)
In-reply-to: <> from "Charles Henrich" at Oct 2, 93 02:50:56 pm
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> Got another crazy idea.  As I was watching my web logs, and the Mosaic p4
> status display, it occured to me that when there are lots of small <4k inlined
> images, it typically takes longer to establish the connection than transfer the
> file.  Hence a new tag
> <imgpkg src="URL">
> which could be something like a tar file with all the inlined images in it.
> references on the page would be stay the same (i.e. <img src="URL.gif">)
> However the browser could (if the tag is recognized) go retrieve the package,
> and grab all the inlined images in it in one shot, should improve performance
> dramatically on pages with lots of inlined images.
> -Crh

would it be simpler to allow the inlined data actually be send just in place

so the html file would contain the text, and the image data in one piece
something like
<image href=included>....</image> with the ... replaced by the actual
image data.
<image href="url"> for the old style

there must however be a better syntax than I suggested above.

- frans