Index of Test Pages using LINK/ROLE to Define Semantic Grouping Within a Web Resources

Editor: Jon Gunderson, University of Illinois at Urbana/Champaign

Last Updated: 5/19/2005

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User agents that support LINK/ROLE for defining semantic markup

Test Page 1

Roles on Test Page 1

Test Page 1 Variations

Variation 1: LINKS
Uses HTML 4.01 transitional doctype
Uses the link element to provide pointers to semantic containers within a web resource
Uses the title attribute of the link element to provide human readible labels for uniquely identifying the semantic content of a contianer containers.
Variation 2: LINKS
Uses HTML 4.01 transitional doctype
Uses the link element to provide pointers to semantic containers within a web resource
Uses the title attribute of the container element to provide human readible labels for uniquely identifying the semantic content of a contianer containers.
Variation 3: ROLE
Uses xhtml 1.0 transitional doctype
Uses namespaces to add role attribute to xhtml 1.0
Uses the role attribute of the container element to provide a semantic type for semantic content containers.

Test Page 2

Roles on Test Page 2

Test Page 2 Variations

Variation 1: LINKS
Uses HTML 4.01 transitional doctype
Uses the link element to provide pointers to semantic containers within a web resource
Uses the title attribute of the link element to provide human readible labels for uniquely identifying the semantic content of a contianer containers.
Variation2: LINKS
Uses HTML 4.01 transitional doctype
Uses the link element to provide pointers to semantic containers within a web resource
Uses the title attribute of the container element to provide human readible labels for uniquely identifying the semantic content of a contianer containers.
Variation3: ROLE
Uses xhtml 1.0 transitional doctype
Uses namespaces to add role attribute to xhtml 1.0
Uses the role attribute of the container element to provide a semantic type for semantic content containers.