How to define show and actuate XLink behavior in XML

In this article I will explain XLink behavior in XML
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XLink Behavior (show and actuate) in XML

show- This is an optional behavioral attribute which must take new, replace, embed, other or none.

  • new- Use new to open a new display window with the contents of the resource.

  • replace- Use replace to replace the contents of the current resource.

  • embed- Use embed to put the remote resource into current resource.

  • other- Use other for user or application defined behaviors.

  • none- Use none for no behavior is specified.

actuate- This is an optional behavioral attribute describe when is the link activated, and must take onload, onrequest,other,none

  • onload- The show link behavior as the page loaded

  • onrequest- actuate would the link on the user action, acting as a standard hyperlink

  • other- User other for user or application behavior specified

  • none- Use none for no behavior is specified.

Semantic attributes- Describe the meaning of link resource.

  • xlink:title- This attribute provide readable description.

  • xlink:role- this attribute is describe URI reference

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