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 Tag Description:

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<RANGE> Range of a Document

Definition: <RANGE> is used to mark a document's range. It has the ability to highlight regions of the document that match specific search criteria, or parts of the document that are the subject of an annotation, for example.

Standard Attribute: ID

Attributes:

CLASS

CLASS is a character string that is used to subclass the range element.

FROM

FROM references an SGML identifier for an element in the body of the document. FROM also identifies the marked range's beginning.

UNTIL

UNTIL references an SGML identifier for an element in the body of the document. UNTIL also identifies the marked range's end.

Context: <RANGE> is legal within the following markup tags

<HEAD>

The following markup can be used within <RANGE>: None

Suggested style/usage: Close Tag: OPTIONAL

Use <RANGE> and <SPOT> tags to define areas for annotation or which match search criteria.

Examples:

<HEAD><TITLE>my title</TITLE>
<RANGE CLASS=Search FROM=spot01 UNTIL=spot02>
</HEAD>
<BODY>
<SPOT ID=spot01>
blah 1
<SPOT ID=spot02>
blah 2
</BODY>

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