imagedata — Pointer to external image data
imagedata (db.imagedata) ::=
align (enumeration) = “center” | “char” | “justify” | “left” |
Exactly one of:
scalefit (enumeration) = “0” | “1”
valign (enumeration) = “bottom” | “middle” | “top”
Required attributes are shown in bold.
This element points to an external entity containing graphical image data.
Render the image. May be formatted inline or as a displayed block, depending on context.
There are two ways to provide content for
fileref. It is best to use only one of
these methods; however, if multiple sources are provided,
entityref will be
used in favor of
imagedata provides a selection of
attributes that can be used to control how the image is rendered.
These attributes define two rectangles, the viewport
area and the content area, and how
these rectangles are related to each other. The intrinsic
size of the image is a third rectangle that sometimes
influences the way an image is rendered.
It is important to understand the distinction between these three areas. When rendering an image, the viewport area defines the space reserved in the flow of content for the image. If a 6in × 4in viewport area is specified, that’s how much space will be reserved for the image, ...