- I figured that even a remotely-loaded outline might have it s heading be a link. What got me thinking about that was the idea that, say, on a company websiteMessage 1 of 4 , Mar 17 7:31 AMView SourceI figured that even a remotely-loaded outline might have it's heading be a link.What got me thinking about that was the idea that, say, on a company website you might have the menu name be a link to a certain department while the menu's contents were remotely loaded from that department's menu set.I guess either way would work.-Robert
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My key dated 11/19/97 on certserver.pgp.com.-----Original Message-----> It also adds support for loading menus or submenus from an external
From: Sjoerd Visscher [mailto:sjoerd_visscher@...]
Sent: Friday, March 16, 2001 10:10 AM
Subject: [opml-dev] Re: Generating DHTML pulldown menus with OPML
> OPML document through a 'src' tag that uses a different namespace
> than OPML (does OPML have a namespace?). Granted, you should extend
> the standard DTD to be properly validated, but I hope no one will
> too offended by the addition of this tag.
Isn't that the same as using type="link" and url="something.opml"
That's how http://www.userland.com/discuss/reader$71.opml does it.
- Hi Robert ... This link is dead. Is there a new location for OPMLMenus ?? thanks stanMessage 2 of 4 , Dec 29, 2001View SourceHi Robert
> Though it's a very early version, feel free to check it out:This link is dead. Is there a new location for