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Re: Does xml:base apply to type="html" content?
Friday, March 31, 2006, 4:34:48 AM, you wrote:
> The escaped HTML content contained within the content element that
> David was originally concerned with is more than likely a copy of
> all or part of the elements and content contained inside the body
> tag of the external document referenced by an associated link
> element, and therefore no guarentee that the xml:base of the atom
> feed is going to be anywhere even close to accurate.
That might be exactly the case where the xml:base is useful: the
content came from different places, had relative URI-refs, so the
xml:base was set on each entry to the source URIs of each document so
that the relative links work[*] in both in cases.
[*] in theory.