HTML has had an include tag since 1989.
The idea was tht you would use <A ...> with REL set to indicate inclusion,
and HREF pointing to the included object.
What happened is that an undergraduate student later implemented another tag
to include images inline, instead of implementing <A....> as intended...
However, accusing people of `not understanding hypermedia' is not likely
to encourage them to do what you want :-)
Work on link types in the HTML Working Group may soon lead to a specification
for how to do inclusions in this way that does actually get implemented.
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