Yup. Have you seen -- um, it's one of the NeXT browsers: I think
it's Omniweb -- that does this? It allows you to display and edit
any HTML document as an outline/hotlist. Kinda like the NetScape
bookmark editor, but more flexible.
>Marks the beginning and ending of the outline.
Huh? Why do you need special markup? What's wrong with <Hn>,
<UL>, <DL>, anchors, etc.?
>An example using the HTML outline mark-up as proposed.
><OUTLINE LABELS=3D126.96.36.199.1 ALIGN=3DLeft INDENT=3D2 LEVEL=3D2 TYPE=3DPlus>
> <OT>This is an introduction to Section One</OT>
> <OH>Section One Dot One
> <OH>Section One Dot One Dot One</OH>
> <OH>Section One Dot One Dot Two</OH>
> <OH><A HREF=3D"somefile.html">Section One Dot Two</A>
> <OT>This is Section One Dot Two's body.</OT>
> <OT>This is an introduction to Section Two</OT>
Allow me to suggest an alternative:
This is an introduction to Section One
This is Section One Dot Two's body.
This is an introduction to Section Two
Omniweb manages to do this collapse/expand stuff without even
the <div> markup. But it's outline view only allows one line per
item -- no multi-line paragraphs or anything like that.