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Fwd: Re: Semantic Technology and Blogs

From: Golda Velez <w3@webglimpse.org>
Date: Tue, 25 Sep 2007 05:17:06 -0700
To: semantic-web@w3c.org
Message-Id: <200709250517.07245.w3@webglimpse.org>


On Monday 24 September 2007 01:13, cdr wrote:
> afaik, it looks for xmlns on any parent element, up to <html>
> 
> read the spec doc. really! it addresses a bunch of concerns i had about 
datatypes and XMLLiterals (now if only the DOM API in popular browsers was 
designed to work in this perfect XHTML world..)

Ah...that's a good idea, isn't it.  I assume you mean the RDFa syntax doc,

http://www.w3.org/2006/07/SWD/RDFa/syntax/

I'm reading it now...I see there are several cases where the context/parent 
element attributes are relevent...

--G

> 
> On Sun Sep 23, 2007 at 10:01:46PM -0700, Golda Velez wrote:
> > 
> > This sounds like an excellent idea, but is there any way to avoid the 
> > repetition of the
> > 
> > 	xmlns:blognet="http://hypothetical.org/blognet/2007/10/type#"
> > 
> > in every <a ..> tag in the document?  Is there anything equivalent to a 
style 
> > sheet for namespace prefixes?
> 
> afaik, it looks for xmlns on any parent element, up to <html>
> 
> read the spec doc. really! it addresses a bunch of concerns i had about 
datatypes and XMLLiterals (now if only the DOM API in popular browsers was 
designed to work in this perfect XHTML world..)
> 

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