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The attribute {{Attr|xml:base}} is a [http://www.w3.org/TR/xmlbase/ construct] of XML Linking Language to describe links between resources. It allows the authors to explicitly specify a document's base URI for the purpose of resolving relative URIs in links to external images, applets, form-processing programs, style sheets, and so on. This provides a mechanism for providing base URI services to XLink, but as a modular specification so that other XML applications benefiting from additional control over relative URIs but not built upon XLink can also make use of it. The syntax consists of a single XML attribute named {{Attr|xml:base}}.
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The attribute {{Attr|xml:base}} is a {{external|http://www.w3.org/TR/xmlbase|construct}} of XML Linking Language to describe links between resources. It allows the authors to explicitly specify a document's base URI for the purpose of resolving relative URIs in links to external images, applets, form-processing programs, style sheets, and so on. This provides a mechanism for providing base URI services to XLink, but as a modular specification so that other XML applications benefiting from additional control over relative URIs but not built upon XLink can also make use of it. The syntax consists of a single XML attribute named {{Attr|xml:base}}.
  
 
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Revision as of 16:05, 14 January 2018

The attribute xml:base is a construct of XML Linking Language to describe links between resources. It allows the authors to explicitly specify a document's base URI for the purpose of resolving relative URIs in links to external images, applets, form-processing programs, style sheets, and so on. This provides a mechanism for providing base URI services to XLink, but as a modular specification so that other XML applications benefiting from additional control over relative URIs but not built upon XLink can also make use of it. The syntax consists of a single XML attribute named xml:base.