anchor — A spot in the document
anchor ::= empty
Common attributes (ID required).
An anchor identifies a single spot in the content. This may serve
as the target for a cross-reference, for example, from a
anchor element may occur
anchor has no content and generally
produces no output. It is a link target.
<article xmlns='http://docbook.org/ns/docbook'> <title>Example anchor</title> <para>The anchor element<anchor xml:id="example.anchor.1"/> is empty and contributes nothing to the flow of the content in which it occurs. It is only useful as a target. </para> </article>