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The div-src Tooldiv-src enables the use of in HTML pages. This allows for more granularity in web page development, and better utilization of browser caches and caching proxy servers. div-src is a simple tool that enables this facility for and many other HTML tags. Participating pages include the DIV_SRC.js JavaScript file, and invoke it. It scans the page's DOM looking for and similar constructs, and uses AJAX calls to fetch and load the content referenced by these tags, optionally scanning the fetched content for further and fetching that content as well. The content is injected into the innerHTML of the tag that references it.

A mock-up of a news-feed (included in the package) shows that bandwidth savings of 90% can be achieved by content providers through the use of div-src.

div-src has been enhanced in version 2 to allow for bimodal operation, where a single set of content files can be displayed as one large composite page in browsers that implement AJAX (typically on desktops and laptops); or exactly the same content can be displayed as a set of smaller, cross-linked pages in browsers that don't implement AJAX (typically on mobiles). Even if the browser doesn't do JavaScript, the content will still be completely accessible to its user. No server-side logic is required to distinguish between these various cases; div-src has got enough smarts to direct the process from inside the user's browser, and fails safe if it can't run at all.

See writeup and demo at http://turton.co.za/DIV_SRC/, or download the full package from here and run it under your own web server.

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