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From Joerg Heinicke <joerg.heini...@gmx.de>
Subject Re: link rel=
Date Mon, 11 Nov 2002 21:06:24 GMT
Alessio Sangalli wrote:
> Hi I've a little problem because I want to automatically generate the 
> "link" header (if you use Mozilla, it's very useful, if you want to show 
> it: menu -> view - show-hide - site navigation toolbar - show [as needed]).

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> How can I implement it? Perhaps on the sitemap a parameter to the xsl 
> transformer wich tells the actual file name; the xsl-t should then check 
> it against an xml file where I wrote the exact order of the pages, and 
> write the link headers accordingly.
> 
> What do you think?
> Thank you
> as

Exactly the way I would do it. But beware: XSLTs are chached with their 
parameters. So it's interesting to know, how many pages you have or how 
big the XSLTs are. Maybe it's an alternative to aggregate the XML source 
with the navigation XML.

Regards,

Joerg


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