Jarom McDonald wrote:
> If an XML file directly
> declares the XHTML namespace, it can make use of the <xhtml:script>
> element to associate a javascript file directly with the XML -- the
> javascript code could have a script, then, that would utilize the
> document.createElementNS function to dynamically create xhtml <a>
> elements wherever specified as the javascript navigates the tree with
> various DOM functions. 

cute idea, I like it! It'll upset people who think Javascript
should not be relied on, though....

can you
 call it AJAX somehow, and get some brownie points?
Sebastian Rahtz

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