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Hi all, this is my first message here (from southern France) - I've started
testing Daisy and i really like it, it seems to address our need to have a
complete, secured, multilingual and versionned documentation.
So,my first question is : how can I have cross references in the html, non-book
Let's say that I'm dealing with a legal text, so I have a Doc, title "General
Provisions", with a Field ArticleNumber="4", with this kind of content:
"When the Customer complies with Article 95, then he shall benefit Article 34-2"
Which I'd like to turn in
"When the Customer complies with (Article 95 [About Poverty]), then he shall
benefit (Article 34-2 [Credit conditions - Refusal])".
- I have a Document with title "About Poverty" and $ArticleNumber = 95,
- I have a Document with title "Credit conditions", $ArticleNumber = 34, with
some §2 for which I defined an ID "Refusal"
The trick here is that Article Number may change... our lawyers love tricks. So
when Art 95 turns to be Art 97, the cross refs should stay OK.
It seems that this can be achieved in PDF, but what did I miss in the html
version? I tried to play with
could change the way the link is rendered with