I could get it to work by customizing the template
named 'process.image' from html/graphics.xsl. Unfortunately, that is a
huge template, so customizing means copying the whole thing just to change a
couple of lines. But it does work.
The 'process.image' template is called with
imagedata as the context node. So if you put the xlink:href on imagedata,
the customization is easier. In 'process.image', replace (in two
Any imagedata elements without an xlink:href will
just pass through.
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Sent: Monday, September 21, 2009 8:45
Subject: [docbook-apps] Antwort:
[docbook-apps] RE: Pictures as hotlinks
Thanks, but unfortunately
this doesn't work since <inlinemediaobject> is not allowed in
The problem is a bit
more complicated because I've got a reference for pdf and one for html, but
only html should have this link to a bigger picture.
Something like this:
The xlink-attribute of course does not work
But it should ;-).
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What about something like this construct:
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Sent: Tuesday, September 15, 2009
Pictures as hotlinks
I've got a little problem here with big pictures (mostly in
<figure>-tags) in html-files.
Since I use a cms for publishing my docs, there is
only a restricted width for pictures so I want to use smaller ones and make
them to hotlinks to the original version.
Is there a possibility to work around the
limitation for xlinks which as much as I know only work for
Thanks in advance for any reply!