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Re: Creating Hyperlinks using XSL and XML

Subject: Re: Creating Hyperlinks using XSL and XML
From: "John E. Simpson" <simpson@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 06 Apr 1999 12:36:01 -0400

At 04:44 PM 4/6/1999 +0100, Guy Murphy wrote:
>XMP is officially regarded as obsolete in HTML 4.0, supposedly the PRE tag
>does all that is desired. The person who desided this didn't actualy
>realise what the XMP tag does. It preformats text, but also doesn't parse
>any content, it stands for EXAMPLE, and allows authors to give example
>mark-up withour resorting to &gt;mytag&lt;

Ah. So it's like a CDATA section for HTML. Thanks for the tip -- I'm always
on the lookout for deprecated technologies. :)

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