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Using the <cite-title> tag

Description

The cite-title tag is used to explicitly define the title of a citation. The cite element contains the full text of the citation, whereas the cite-title only contains the title of the citation.

Example

This CNXML:


<cite>
  <cite-title>A Tale of Two Cities</cite-title>
  by Charles Dickens
</cite>
is a classic novel.
        

Results in this display:

A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens is a classic novel.

Example

This CNXML:


<para id="techdoc-para">
  You can read my latest article,
  <cite-title pub-type="article">Writing 
  Technical Documentation</cite-title> 
  in this month's 
  <cite-title pub-type="booklet">Help 
  Files Quarterly</cite-title>.
</para>
        

Results in this display:

You can read my latest article, "Writing Technical Documentation" in this month's Help Files Quarterly.

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Children(what's this?)

term, cite, cite-title, foreign, emphasis, sub, sup, code, preformat, quote, note, list, media, footnote, link, newline, space, Unicode text

Parents(what's this?)

preformat, para, title, label, cite, cite-title, link, emphasis, term, sub, sup, quote, foreign, footnote, note, item, code, caption, commentary, meaning, entry, audio, flash, video, java-applet, image, labview, download
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