Re: Collections of web pages

On 09/04/2020 21:09, Alastair Campbell wrote:
>>> *Example: A publication which is made up of a set of web pages available 
>>> at one URI in a linear order, such as an ePub document.*.
>> why does the order (linear or not) matter? what happens when users can 
> jump directly to another page in a set...does that make it non-linear
> and therefore NOT part of a set?
> It is not a crucial part, it is an example. The example (epub) is 
> presented in linear order, *and* you can jump around via TOC or 
> something else. Any ideas for clarification?

Just omitting the "in a linear order" part? And perhaps changing "made 
up of a set of web pages" into something like "made up of a set of 
packaged web pages"?

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Received on Thursday, 9 April 2020 21:38:56 UTC