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Multiple Pages in SVG 1.2 + Hyperlinking

From: Jon Phillips <jon@rejon.org>
Date: Sat, 14 Aug 2004 12:43:46 -0700
To: svg list <www-svg@w3.org>
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I'm trying to figure out how to implement Multiple Pages in Inkscape
(www.inkscape.org), and wonder if there is a good way to allow for
hyperlinking between pages, and thus to make pages individual documents
that can be linked together by a master docuent using the current
syntax,

<pageSet>
      <page>
        <!-- graphics for page 1 go here -->
      </page>

      <page orientation="90">
        <!-- graphics for page 2 go here -->
      </page>

      <page>
        <!-- graphics for page 3 go here -->
      </page>
   </pageSet>

If the above <page>...</page> could be:

<page xlink:href="page3.svg" />

or

<page xlink:href="fallCatalog.svg#page3" />

That would be brilliant for implementation, as SVG files with multiple
pages would become huge. Also, by having multiple pages as multiple
files, this could allow for easier reusability between
documents/presentations/animations/slide shows.

Comments or feedback? 

Jon



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