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People who are good at html: What are all the places where one would use a link (or link to a document or image)? there's action=, href=, src=... where else?

and I need a really good online perl regexp reference. The basic stuff can be found using google and "I'm feeling lucky!" but, I need something that'll cover the detailed stuff, without going into the language that perldoc goes into.


This document varies from difficult to understand to completely and utterly opaque. The wandering prose riddled with jargon is hard to fathom in several places.

This document needs a rewrite that separates the tutorial content from the reference content.

-perldoc, on regexp
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andr00 From: andr00 Date: March 28th, 2004 07:42 pm (UTC) (Link)
I'm not real good at HTML, but off the top mah head, there's weird things like lowsrc=, good ol' codebase=, and if you want javascript navigation things to work, anything with (expression which is a window).location= and the like. oh, but those take a javascript expression, so you'll have to build in a javascript parser that can figure out where the URL came from. ha ha ha ha
ibneko From: ibneko Date: March 29th, 2004 04:55 pm (UTC) (Link)
Feh. Mmm, well, lowsrc= will be covered by src=, codebase... mmm, who uses that anyways =^.-= ::denial:: location= I might need, and background images I might need to cover as well.
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