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XML Topic Maps: Creating and Using Topic Maps for the Web by Jack Park, Sam Hunting

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Chapter 9. Creating and Maintaining Enterprise Web Sites with Topic Maps and XSLT

Nikita Ogievetsky

HTML offers excellent ways to deliver browsable information via the Web. A Web site is a “place” on the World Wide Web made up of one or more Web pages, often associated with a particular subject or theme. Examples of such Web sites are personal and business Web sites, online books, online stores, news portals, Web sites of online communities, and so on.

As a Web site grows and turns into a Web portal with a deeply interconnected Web site architecture in which users are provided a gateway to rich content—content with lots of links, images, and other types of information—its developers are faced with the growing challenges of enforcing link integrity ...

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