#62 Add LINK tag support to HTML headers

closed-accepted
Rob Malda
5
2001-11-02
2001-10-24
chromatic
No

The latest versions of Mozilla (and existing versions
of OmniWeb) support the HTML 2 LINK tag. This allows
extra navigation and categorization support within a
document.

I've added support for these tags to the 'header'
template (default section, misc page). If present, it
links to the previous and next stories, as well as the
section home page and a search for other stories by the
same author.

This is a pretty cool feature in Mozilla, in my
opinion, and it was requested by Mozilla developers.
(http://slashdot.org/comments.pl?sid=22538&cid=2423922)

Discussion

  • chromatic
    chromatic
    2001-10-24

    Add LINK support to article.pl, Slash::Utility::Access, header;misc;default

     
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  • Chris Nandor
    Chris Nandor
    2001-10-26

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    Chris Nandor
    2001-10-26

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  • Chris Nandor
    Chris Nandor
    2001-10-29

    • assigned_to: pudge --> cmdrtaco
    • status: open --> open-accepted
     
  • Chris Nandor
    Chris Nandor
    2001-10-29

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    OK, I am adding this. It works pretty well. I made a few
    modifications, including proper filtering of parameters, and
    a bit of reorganization. I added a search link, etc.

    Also, for use with your Print plugin, you could use this:

    <LINK REL="alternate" HREF="[% constants.rootdir %]/
    print.pl?sid=[% sid %]" TITLE="Printing Version">

    which would be pretty cool.

     
  • Rob Malda
    Rob Malda
    2001-11-02

    • status: open-accepted --> closed-accepted