[Project_owners] Static memory posibilities revisited...

Eric H. Jung grimholtz at yahoo.com
Mon Feb 6 18:58:37 EST 2006

It's my understand that XBEL only stores bookmark data and bookmark
metadata, not full HTML/JS/CSS/image data.

To do the latter, store each file specified in a URI
(HTML/JS/CSS/images) in the profile and build an RDF which describes
the URI. Realize you'll need to modify the HTML so it uses the <base/>
tag to redirect relative URLs to your local cache. You'll also need to
convert absolute URLs to relatives so the page doesn't hit remote
servers. It sounds like an awful problem.

Good luck.

--- yaa at euronet <yaa at euronet.nl> wrote:

> Hi All,
> I guess caching the browser has no use, it does not work for my
> situation, I 
> just tried implementing.
> The browser window contains a user chrome xul from my .jar
> Inside there I use an Iframe object to load a "normal" webpage served
> by the 
> sitebar server.
> When this iframe is persisted in the declaritive XUL it forces a
> reload to the 
> last used src attribute. Also I can actively set that attribute to
> force a 
> reload from the .js
> However I cannot find any caching mechanism onto the Iframe.
> Must I use XBEL to adapt the iframe so that it caches somewhere? (the
> RDF 
> solution handed to me in the other thread maybe).
> I ask this while I am searching for a solution myself, a collective
> knows more 
> than 1 person.
> Bas.
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