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IJCTE 2010 Vol.2(2): 172-175 ISSN: 1793-8201
DOI: 10.7763/IJCTE.2010.V2.135

Web Page Transclusion – An Adaptive Algorithm for Web Technologies

Vishwas J Raval, Amit R Thakkar, Amit P Ganatra and Yogeshwar P Kosta

Abstract—As every thing in terms of services or an activity, be it of economic interest or otherwise collapses on the www – for want of data or info, filing an income tax return, submitting an application or even working as a part of a virtual team/company, it is become important, keeping in view of the diversity of users – from educated to the uneducated- methods and mechanisms be discovered/evolved to make the www a better and habitat place providing a conducive environ – in plain words: human user friendly and welcoming - while browsing or laboring for the same as our society transcend into the next century of virtual world and reality. The present scenario – during extraction of data or info, in a www environment, when a user wants to include some text or image from another website for reference ―Tansclusion‖ is used. Transclusion is the inclusion/incorporation of part of a document into another document through instantaneous reference. Consider for example, an article about a country might include a chart or a paragraph describing that country's agricultural exports from a different referenced article about agriculture (pointer), rather than copying the included data and storing it in two places. A transclusion embodies modular design, by allowing it to be stored only once (and perhaps corrected and updated if the link type supports the same) and viewed in different contexts. The reference also serves to link both articles. However, this has several limitations which have been addressed by our research and we proposed a new technology ―Web Page Transclusion‖ to include web pages that help to eliminate the above limitations

Index Terms—HTML, DHTML, Frame, Hyperlinks, Form, Transclusion, Browser, Frame-Bust, Frame-Bust Protection, IFrame

Vishwas J Raval, Lecturer, CE-IT Dept. CITC (email: vishwas.raval@gmail.com)
Amit R Thakkar, Asst. Professor, CE-IT, CITC (email: amitthakkar.it@ecchanga.ac.in)
Amit P Ganatra, Professor & Head, CE-IT, CITC (email: amitganu@yahoo.com) Yogeshwar P Kosta, Principal, CITC (email: ypkosta@yahoo.com)
Charotar University of Science Technology (CHARUSAT), Education Campus, Changa – 388421, Ta – Petlad, Dist – Anand, Gujarat (INDIA

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Cite: Vishwas J Raval, Amit R Thakkar, Amit P Ganatra and Yogeshwar P Kosta, "Web Page Transclusion – An Adaptive Algorithm for Web Technologies," International Journal of Computer Theory and Engineering vol. 2, no. 2, pp. 172-175, 2010.

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