Links specified within the <related-links> element are typically displayed together with links generated based on a map context.
The following lists contains processing expectations for related link element:
- Links within a <linklist> element appear in the order defined, while those outside of a <linklist> might be sorted and displayed in a different order or location (based upon their role, target, importance, or other qualifiers).
- PDF or print-oriented output typically ignores hierarchical links such as those with roles of ancestor, parent, child, descendant, next, previous, or sibling, although this behavior is not required.
See appendix for information about this element in OASIS document type shells.
The following indicates that the two external links are always applicable to this topic, regardless of how the topic is used.
<related-links scope="external" format="html"> <link href="http://www.example.org"> <linktext>Example 1</linktext> </link> <link href="http://www.example.com"> <linktext>Example 2</linktext> </link> </related-links>