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Purple Numbers

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Purple Numbers is a suite of tools that allows one to address paragraphs of HTML content. It was originally conceived by Douglas Engelbart for his creation of hypertext. The name comes from the faint, purple numbers at the end of each paragraph, which represent the link to that paragraph. The name was coined by Christina Engelbart, Doug's daughter.[1][better source needed]

Other implementations[edit]

See also[edit]

  • XPointer
  • Transclusion
  • Tumbler, a proposal for addressing documents at the bit level.
  • Web annotation
  • Cross-reference

References[edit]

  1. Engelbart, Christina (January 31, 2005). Christina Engelbart History of Purple Numbers. CIM3 wiki; History of Purple Numbers. Archived October 23, 2015, at the Wayback Machine[better source needed]

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