Why these copies?
Finally fed-up with the now-you-see-them-now-you-don't collection of
documents at the World Wide Web Organization (W3O) I've made local copies of some of
the most relevant ones. Although I'm not as interested in this aspect of
hypertext as I used to be (actually, I think I'm just too busy with those
aspects that I am more interested in), I am certain that others will
appreciate a more stable location for these documents. I expect this
collection to be here for at least one year. You have my permission, if
you need it, to make your own copies of these copies of mine.
What have we here then?
- Draft RFC Hypertext links in HTML by M. Maloney and
- I haven't been on WWW-TALK since
comp.infosystems.www passed (it seems like an age) so I have
absolutely no idea what is going on with this draft standard. The text
says it is set to expire before 7 June 1996.
- Relationships in HTML links (circa 1991)
- An earlier draft of the link relationship values section of the Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) document that I've been
using as a reference for link types.
- HyperText Design Issues: Notification of New Material
- An interesting historical document referred to in the
Relationships document above.
- Link Relationship Values in HTML (15 March 1993)
- from Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) by Tim
Berners-Lee and Daniel Connolly
- Link Relationship Values From HTML 3.0
- from the draft HTML 3.0 specification (HyperText Markup Language Specification Version 3.0) by
- A Summary Usenet Article (24 Nov 1996)
- How to describe the intent of a hypertext link, in HTML and in
- My Hypertext References
- A list of the few documents about hypertext that I have online and
pointers to more information.
Created on 3 June 1996 by J. Blustein. Last edit on 27 February 1997. Links last updated on 26
February 1997 (by J. Blustein).