URI for This Same Article Online

URI for another version of a document. This element may be used when the document is available in multiple forms (for example, printed article and in its expanded version with additional graphics available online).


The textual content of this element may be a URI (typically naming a website) when the text is used as a live link, or the element content may just be a few words and the link attributes hold the real link, for example,
<self-uri xlink:href="...URL here...">An expanded version of this document 
is available online</self-uri>

Related Elements

<self-uri> is used when a document or document component (such as an article or a chapter) is available in multiple forms, for example, as a means of indicating the online version of a print document. Conversely, a URI that indicates a different book, article, or any other kind of live-linked external reference is usually tagged as <ext-link>. The <uri> element, although allowed everywhere <ext-link> is used, is more typically part of an address, information concerning a contributor, or part of a reference citation. Loosely put, an external link <ext-link> element is intended to act as a link; a URI <uri> element identifies a URI (such as a URL) in the text, but may or may not be a traversable link; and the <self-uri> points to another form of the same document. To make any of these elements into a live link, add the XLink @xlink:href attribute.


Content Model

<!ELEMENT  self-uri     (#PCDATA %self-uri-elements;)*               >

Expanded Content Model



Text, numbers, or special characters, zero or more

This element may be contained in:


<copyright-statement>&copy;2004 Lester et al; licensee BioMed
Central Ltd.</copyright-statement>
<license license-type="open-access">
<license-p>This is an Open Access article: verbatim copying ...</license-p>
<self-uri xlink:href="http://www.harmreductionjournal.com/content/1/1/5">This
article is available from http://www.harmreductionjournal.com/content/1/1/5</self-uri>
<p>The phenomenon of substance abuse during pregnancy has fostered much
controversy, specifically regarding treatment vs. punishment. Should the
pregnant mother ...</p>