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[whatwg] idea for .zhtml format #html5 #web

From: Shwetank Dixit <shwetankd@opera.com>
Date: Fri, 02 Apr 2010 12:47:09 +0530
Message-ID: <op.vaiw6ov8im6vpa@shwetank-dixits-macbook.local>
Hi Narendra,

I think what you're proposing could be achieved already (at least  
somewhat) by the html5 offline applications part  
http://www.whatwg.org/specs/web-apps/current-work/multipage/offline.html#offline


On Fri, 02 Apr 2010 12:37:25 +0530, narendra sisodiya  
<narendra.sisodiya at gmail.com> wrote:

> ____ just a thought ___
>
> You can view the first webpage create on earth. We have saved our file  
> from
> .txt .rtf .doc and now .odt. I love ODF format (.odt and other things)  
> but
> there is a scope for .zhtml format for document and other purpose.
> Basically the idea of zhtml format is to create document/webpage using  
> HTML5
> technology. HTML5 technology with client side can create dynamic webpage
> with image video and we can actually use JavaScript to create a dynamic
> document. So basically we can create a zip out of all the  
> html,js,css,images
> files and put a extension of .zhtml.
>
> There are many advantage of using zhtml format.
>
> * You can create some good web based software and share it using just one
> file.
> * Any document create using zhtml will be viewable after 100 years too.
> * Server must support .zhtml format so that website can autounzip and
> provide underlying files  Ex http://localhost/myfile.zhtml/test.html
>
> Disadvantage
>
> * There is no standard over web to make a slideshow Or presentation .  
> There
> are 100 possible ways. So zhtml writers will make their own conventions  
> but
> I believe that this will reach into a equilibrium
> * do not know !! but there there will be someone.
>
>


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Shwetank Dixit
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