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 PSML

A complete reference of PageSeeder's markup language PSML

<inline>

Summary

The <inline> element is used to label a span of text.

This is generally used to define specific semantics for some text or an image within a block-level element. The equivalent block-level element is the <block> element.

Usage context

Element categorycharacter-style
PSML levelportable
Permitted contenttext and character-style elements + images
Permitted parent
HTML equivalent<span>
OpenXML equivalent

Attributes

This element includes the following attributes:

NameTypeRequiredDescription
labellabelnoName of the label

@label

The name of the label for the block.

Examples

A paragraph with an inline label to markup the author.

<para>Alice in wonderland was written by
  <inline label="author">Lewis Carroll</inline>.</para>

This would typically be converted to HTML as:

<p>Alice in wonderland was written by
  <span class="author">Lewis Carroll</span></p>

Schema

XML Schema

<xs:element name="inline">
  <xs:complexType mixed="true">
    <xs:choice minOccurs="0" maxOccurs="unbounded">
      <xs:group ref="character-style-group"/>
      <xs:element ref="image"/>
    </xs:choice>
    <xs:attribute name="label" type="label" use="required"/>
  </xs:complexType>
</xs:element>

Relax Schema

element inline {
   attribute label { label },
   character-style-and-image
}

Compatibility

This element was introduced in the first draft of PSML and is well-supported from PageSeeder 5.1.

See also

Equivalent block-level label element: <block>

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