I Schema

I.3 Module LaTeXML-inline

Add to Inline.class

The inline module defines basic inline elements used throughout.

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(text  |  emph  |  del  |  sub  |  sup  |  glossaryref  |  acronym  |  rule  |  anchor  |  ref  |  cite  |  bibref)

Element text

General container for styled text. Attributes cover a variety of styling and position shifting properties.

Used by:
Pattern text_attributes
Pattern text_model

Content model for text.

Content:
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Element emph

Emphasized text.

Used by:
Pattern emph_attributes
Pattern emph_model

Content model for emph.

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Element del

Deleted text.

Used by:
Pattern del_attributes
Pattern del_model

Content model for del.

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Element sub

Textual subscript text.

Used by:
Pattern sub_attributes

Attributes for sub.

Attributes:
Pattern sub_model

Content model for sub.

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Element sup

Textual superscript text.

Used by:
Pattern sup_attributes

Attributes for sup.

Attributes:
Pattern sup_model

Content model for sup.

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Element glossaryref

Represents the usage of a term from a glossary.

Used by:
Pattern glossaryref_attributes

Attributes for glossaryref.

Attributes:
Attribute key

text

should be used to identifier used for the glossaryref.

Attribute role

text

The kind of glossary this mark belongs to.

Attribute title

text

gives a expanded form of the glossaryref,

Attribute show

text

a pattern encoding how the text content should be filled in during postprocessing, if it is empty. It consists of the words type (standing for the object type, eg. Ch.), refnum and title (including type and refnum) or toctitle (for the shortform of the title) mixed with arbitrary characters.

Pattern glossaryref_model

Content model for glossaryref.

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Element acronym

Represents an acronym (OBSOLETE; see glossaryref).

Used by:
Pattern acronym_attributes

Attributes for acronym.

Attributes:
Attribute name

text

should be used to identifier used for the acronym.

Attribute title

text

gives a expanded form of the acronym,

Pattern acronym_model

Content model for acronym.

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Element rule

A Rule.

Used by:
Pattern rule_attributes
Pattern rule_model

Content model for rule.

Content:

empty

Expansion:

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Element ref

A hyperlink reference to some other object. When converted to HTML, the content would be the content of the anchor. The destination can be specified by one of the attributes labelref, idref or href; Missing fields will usually be filled in during postprocessing, based on data extracted from the document(s).

Used by:
Pattern ref_attributes

Attributes for ref.

Attributes:
Attribute show

text

a pattern encoding how the text content should be filled in during postprocessing, if it is empty. It consists of the words type (standing for the object type, eg. Ch.), refnum and title (including type and refnum) or toctitle (for the shortform of the title) mixed with arbitrary characters.

Attribute title

text

gives a longer form description of the target, this would typically appear as a tooltip in HTML. Typically filled in by postprocessor.

Pattern ref_model

Content model for ref.

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Element anchor

Inline anchor.

Used by:
Pattern anchor_attributes

Attributes for anchor.

Attributes:
Pattern anchor_model

Content model for anchor.

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Element cite

A container for a bibliographic citation. The model is inline to allow arbitrary comments before and after the expected bibref(s) which are the specific citation.

Used by:
Pattern cite_attributes

Attributes for cite.

Attributes:
Pattern cite_model

Content model for cite.

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Element bibref

A bibliographic citation refering to a specific bibliographic item. Postprocessing will turn this into an ref for the actual link.

Used by:
Pattern bibref_attributes

Attributes for bibref.

Attributes:
Attribute bibrefs

text

a comma separated list of bibliographic keys. (See the key attribute of bibitem and bibentry)

Attribute show

text

a pattern encoding how the text content (of an empty bibref) will be filled in. Consists of strings author, fullauthor, year, number and title (to be replaced by data from the bibliographic item) mixed with arbitrary characters.

Attribute separator

text

separator between formatted references

Attribute yyseparator

text

separator between formatted years when duplicate authors are combined.

Pattern bibref_model

Content model for bibref.

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Element bibrefphrase

A preceding or following phrase used in composing a bibliographic reference, such as listing pages or chapter.

Used by:
Pattern bibrefphrase_attributes

Attributes for bibrefphrase

Attributes:
Pattern bibrefphrase_model

Content model for bibrefphrase

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