Subject: suppressing hyperlink for xrefs in HTML output?
I'm making a docbook projects for ebook and print output. Sometimes throughout the text I need to refer to a table or chapter: "As Table 4 indicates," Usually I will mention this in the paragraph immediately before or after where the table actually appears in the chapter. In such a case, there would be no need to include a link to it, only the label with the appropriate value. In the print output this will look fine, but in HTML output the "Table 4" will be a hyperlink to the table in question. In some cases, that is good (i.e., if I'm referencing Table 4 in Chapter 11) but in cases where Table 4 is very close to the xref, all I need is the label (and not the hyperlink). In cases where the referenced table or figure or section is already very close to the object (making a link redundant), do I have some control over whether I can suppress the hyperlink in HTML output for certain xrefs? What would I need to do to get this done? -- Robert Nagle htpt://www.robertnagle.info