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From Dave Brondsema <d...@brondsema.net>
Subject Re: no <anchor> in <dt>
Date Fri, 27 Aug 2004 16:43:01 GMT
Johannes Schaefer wrote:
> Dave Brondsema wrote:
> 
>> Johannes Schaefer wrote:
>>
>>> Hi!
>>>
>>> I want to use <dl> in the glossary.
>>> Then I need an anchor for each term as a linkend.
>>> The only place <anchor> is allowed within a <dl>
>>> is the <dd> tag but this makes the term vanish.
>>>
>>> Do I have to use a different approuch (no <dl>)
>>> or is this kind of a limitation that might be
>>> removed in the document-vX.Y.dtd? Or is there
>>> another solution?
>>>
>>> Thanks
>>> Johannes
>>
>>
>>
>> @id attributes on <section> get automatically converted to anchors.  
>> You can try and see if that works for <dd>.  If not, it'd be a 
>> worthwhile addition to our skins.
>>
> 
> This works fine:
> Hansel walked into the <link href="#forrest">forrest</link>.
> ...
> <dl>
>   <dt id="forrest">Forrest</dt>
>   <dd>A bunch of trees.</dd>
> </dl>
> 
> Thanks, sometimes it's so easy :-)
> Johannes
> 

Ha.. it's getting to you too :-)  The English word is "forest" not 
"forrest".  I forget this all the time.

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