|DotNet Class HL7Connect.Cda.LinkHtml|
A hypertext reference to another document. These links are generally shown as hyperlinks that a user may activate when viewing the document.
The link functionality provides a generic referencing mechanism, similar, but not identical, to the HTML anchor tag. It can be used to reference identifiers that are either internal or external to the document or the document context.
Multimedia that is integral to a document must be referenced by the renderMultiMedia element (see below). Multimedia that is simply referenced by the document and not an integral part of the document can by provided by a link. There is no requirement that a receiver render an internal or external link, or the target of an external lin
|The linkHtml.name attribute is deprecated, because attributes of type XML ID provide an alternative and more consistent target for referencing. Following the conventions of HTML, an internal link is prefaced with the pound sign, as shown in the following example.|
|The URL that identifiers the target documen/object of the link. The target is an XML identifier either internal or external to the document.The context of use must clearly define the scope of resolution of the link. Following the conventions of HTML, an internal link – usually a link within the scope of the context of the document - is prefaced with the pound sign.|
|This attribute describes the relationship from the current document to the anchor specified by the href attribute. The value of this attribute is a space-separated list of link types. |
If populated, the value of this attribute SHALL be taken from one of these values listed in LinkType, taken from the HTML specification
|This attribute is used to describe a reverse link [p.155] from the anchor specified by the href attribute to the current document. The value of this attribute is a space-separated list of link types.See above for valid values|
|This attribute offers advisory information about the element for which it is set. The title attribute has an additional role when used with a LINK element that designates an external style sheet. Please consult the HTML standard for additional information.|
Note: Values of the title attribute may be rendered by user agents in a variety of ways. For instance, visual browsers frequently display the title as a "tool tip" (a short message that appears when the pointing device pauses over an object). Audio user agents may speak the title information in a similar context. For example, setting the attribute on a link allows user agents (visual and non-visual) to tell users about the nature of the linked resource
|A series of parts that capture the content of the Link|