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XLink and XPointer Tutorial

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XLink and XPointer Tutorial

XLink

Linking in XML is divided into two parts: XLink and XPointer.

XLink defines a standard way of creating hyperlinks in XML documents.

XPointer allows the hyperlinks to point to more specific parts (fragments) in the XML document.

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Table of Contents

XLink and XPointer Introduction
This chapter explaines what the XLink and XPointer languages are.

XLink and XPointer Syntax
The syntax of XLink and XPointer.

XLink Example
An example of using XLink in an XML document.

XPointer Example
An example of using XLink and XPointer in an XML document.

XLink Summary
This chapter contains a summary on what you have learned in this tutorial and a recommendation on what subject you should study next.

XLink Reference
XLink attribute reference.


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