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A-Z glossary of PageSeeder concepts


A transclusion is type of cross reference that is resolved directly, so that the referenced content (a document or part of a document) is included into the source document.

In PSML – PageSeeder Markup Language, transclusions are expressed using a <blockxref> of type transclude:

<blockxref type="transclude" ... />

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Transclusion vs. embedded links

The essential difference between an embedded link and a transclusion, is when the referenced content is included in the document.

Transcluded content is automatically included in the source document whereas embedded content is only included when the content is published.

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