Idea for adding to HTML -Reply

Charles Peyton Taylor (CTaylor@wposmtp.nps.navy.mil)
Mon, 18 Mar 1996 10:18:50 -0800


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Date: Mon, 18 Mar 1996 10:18:50 -0800
From: Charles Peyton Taylor <CTaylor@wposmtp.nps.navy.mil>
To: culist-www-html@cunews.carleton.ca, ao950@freenet.carleton.ca,
Subject:  Idea for adding to HTML -Reply

Hey, that's sounds cool!  Maybe we could use them for banners?
Maybe we could even have it as a <link>!!!  JOY!   Maybe Netscape
might support it.  Nah.

For the sarcasm impaired: look at the <banner> element.

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>>> Paul Derbyshire <ao950@freenet.carleton.ca> 03/18/96 09:45am >>>

A thought I have had is the creation of *inline html*. These would be
like inline images, except they would actually be html. There would be
a tag such as <inhtml src=blahblahblah.html> and the appropriate HTML
would be inserted and rendered at that location. This would make it
easy to implement things like toolbars uniformly on a group of pages,
by having a file containing the toolbar html and inlining it in other
documents.

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