link — A hypertext link
link ::= (text | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | )*
link is a general-purpose hypertext
link surrounds the text that should
be made “hot” (unlike
xref which must generate the
text), but the
can be used to copy text from another element.
link can have either a
xlink:href attribute. If it has an
link is the equivalent of an HTML
<html:a href="...">) for
cross-reference with a Uniform Resource Identifier
link element has content, then that
content is processed for output as the “hot” text. If the
link element has content and an
endterm attribute, then the content is
used and the
endterm is ignored.
link element has an
endterm attribute and no content, then the
content of the element pointed to by
endterm should be repeated at the location
link and used as the “hot” text.
When rendered online, it is natural to make ...