Bookmark Code Samples (XBEL)


The XML Bookmark Exchange Language (XBEL) is a data format that is used for storing and sharing bookmarks or “favorites” that point to web resources. It is based on the XML (eXtensible Markup Language) standard, which is a widely-used, open standard for storing and sharing structured data.

XBEL is primarily used for storing and sharing bookmarks between different web browsers and devices. It allows users to create and organize their bookmarks in a consistent and portable way, so that they can be easily accessed and shared across different devices and platforms.

XBEL includes a set of elements and attributes that can be used to store information about a bookmark, such as its title, URL, and any notes or descriptions associated with it. It also includes support for grouping bookmarks into folders and subfolders, as well as for adding metadata to bookmarks, such as tags or ratings.



See also:

100 Best Bookmark Import-Export Videos | Best Favorites Import-Export Videos