In the beginning of this chapter, I took a look at a link that used an XPointer to locate a specific element in a document; that example looked like this:
<MOVIE_REVIEW xmlns:xlink = "http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink" xlink:type = "simple" xlink:show = "new" xlink:href = "http://www.starpowdermovies.com/reviews.xml# xpointer(/child::*[position()=126]/child::*[position()=first()])"> Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House </MOVIE_REVIEW>
You can see the XPointer part here:
This XPointer is appended to the URI I'm using here, following a # character.
You might notice that this XPointer expression looks a lot like the XPath expressions we used in Chapter 13, and with ...