[uf-discuss] Use-check: rel="enclosure" attribute
andy at pigsonthewing.org.uk
Sat Oct 14 03:45:09 PDT 2006
<84ce626f0610131408r4d7dac5ald682cc4ee7ab4682 at mail.gmail.com>, Charles
Iliya Krempeaux <supercanadian at gmail.com> writes
>On 10/13/06, Andy Mabbett <andy at pigsonthewing.org.uk> wrote:
>> I have marked up the link to a PDF on:
>> with the attribute
>> Is that use correct?
>if you were to "save" the document, then you should save all the
Yes; but what tools recognise that?
>if you considered that PDF to be "part of" the
>HTML document... then it is correct.
That's my question - is it "part" of that document?
>> what are the advantages of doing so? Are there any
>> tools in the wild, which will make use of that?
>Off the top of my head, both Fireant and Feedburner support rel-enclosure.
I don't know those - but my page is not a feed, so are they relevant?
>I've seen (and even written) Greasemonkey userscripts that support it.
Such as? And in what contexts?
>And have written a webcrawler (and parser) that supports it.
Again, what contexts?
>> I can see the use of a FireFox extension which lists all the attachments
>> ("Enclosures") on ap age. Does such a thing exist, yet? Perhaps 'Tails'
>> might do so?
I've asked on the Tails support page.
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