Graphic, Inline

Description of and pointer to an external graphic that is displayed or set in the same line as the text.

Related Elements

This Suite contains several elements that describe and point to non-XML material: <graphic>, <inline-graphic>, <media>, <supplementary-material>, and <inline-supplementary-material>. The elements <graphic> and <inline-graphic> contain a pointer to a still image (such as a photograph, diagram, line drawing, etc.) that is part of the document. The element <media> contains a pointer to a non-XML, frequently binary, object (such as a movie, audio clip, dataset, or other non-XML format) that is integral to the document’s content, where  “integral” means that the media object is discussed within (and possibly displayed within) the document; the media object is part of the document.
In contrast, the elements <supplementary-material> and <inline-supplementary-material> are used to describe either XML material (such as figures, tables, and sections) or non-XML material (such as graphics, films, audio clips, datasets, or other material) that are considered to be “additional material” (non-integral) accompanying a document. Like <graphic>, <inline-graphic>, and <media>, the supplementary material elements never contain the object they describe, even if it is an XML object such as a figure, although they may point to it.
The element <inline-supplementary-material> is used to mark up references to additional material, where the reference appears within the regular flow of the text and does not have a preview image or separate caption. The <supplementary-material> element is used to describe a more complicated reference, where the description of the supplementary object resembles a figure in that it can be positioned as a floating or anchored object and may take a caption.


Content Model

<!ELEMENT  inline-graphic
                        %inline-graphic-model;                       >

Expanded Content Model



This element may be contained in:


Used to produce non-Unicode characters:
<table-wrap id="t2" orientation="portrait" position="float">
<p>Models to approximate the bound frequencies as waves 
in X→M (<inline-graphic id="g1" xlink:href="d1"/>: Rotational, 
<inline-graphic id="g2" xlink:href="d2"/>: Vibrate in <italic>y</italic> 
direction, <inline-graphic id="g3" xlink:href="d3"/>: Vibrate in
<italic>x</italic> direction, <inline-graphic id="g4" xlink:href="d4"/>: 
Vibrate mainly in <italic>y</italic> direction including a small 
portion of vibration in <italic>x</italic> direction, 
<inline-graphic id="g5" xlink:href="d5"/>: Vibrate mainly in 
<italic>x</italic> direction including a small portion of vibration 
in <italic>y</italic> direction).</p>
<table border="1">...</table>