> The same could be done for large HTML documents if there were
> appropriate tags to specify the node structure from within
> one or more physical files.
> Such tags would be useful for HTML editors and conversion packages
> because they could all use the same back-end filter (or rely on a gateway,
> or a server, or a client) to decide how to create (or serve or display)
> each node.
HTML+ includes two relevant tags:
DIV1 to DIV6 these define divisions starting from each header
and may be inferred from the headers alone
LINK used to define inter-node relationships
You can use the DIVs to divide up a large document into divisions
which can then be extracted and built into smaller nodes. The LINK
elements are then useful to specify the relationships between the