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Embedding HTMLs in Web Page

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000123456D
Original Publication Date: 1998-Nov-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2005-Apr-04
Document File: 1 page(s) / 21K

Publishing Venue

IBM

Related People

Tran, TM: AUTHOR

Abstract

To support the embedding of the HTML (HyperText Markup Language) file(s) in another HTML file, the following tasks must be accomplished: 1. Web Browser program must recognize the embedding tags and . 2. When parsing the tag, Web Browser program will locate the embedding file and load its contents automatically into the current place and page. If the embedding file is not found, nothing will be loaded. 3. When parsing the tag, Web Browser program will stop the loading.

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Embedding HTMLs in Web Page

   To support the embedding of the HTML (HyperText Markup
Language) file(s) in another HTML file, the following tasks must be
accomplished:
  1.  Web Browser program must recognize the embedding tags
      <IM> and </IM>.
  2.  When parsing the <IM> tag, Web Browser program will locate
      the embedding file and load its contents automatically
      into the current place and page.  If the embedding file is
      not found, nothing will be loaded.
  3.  When parsing the </IM> tag, Web Browser program will stop
      the loading.

   The following examples show how the local and remote HTML
are embedded into a Web page:
  <im authen.html>  <-- imbed a local HTML which resides at the
  current dir </im>
  <im /ssl/sasl/html>  <-- imbed a local HTML which resides at
  ./ssl/sasl dir </im>
  <im> http://www.ibm.com/afs/u/trant/mypage.html>  <-- imbed
  a remote HTML </im>