XPointer Framework Becomes a W3C Proposed Recommendation
W3C is pleased to
announce the advancement of the XPointer Framework to Proposed
Recommendation. The XPointer Framework is an
extensible system for XML addressing and underlies additional schemes.
element() scheme allows
basic addressing of XML elements. The
xmlns() scheme is used
for interpreting namespace prefixes in pointers. Comments are welcome
through 13 December. Read about the XML Activity.