url — A Uniform Resource Locator
The use of the url element as a child
of publisher is deprecated as of
XML Résumé Library version 1.4.0.
We recommend that you convert all urls contained in publishers to links.
The url element contains a single
Uniform Resource Locator, as specified by RFC
1738 and RFC 1808.
There are two contexts in which a URL is formatted. The first is as an
inline (e.g. when contained in a para). The second is as contact
element (contained in a contact).
When an inline, displayed as a hyperlink in a fixed-width font
(enclosed in code tags). The
“hot” text is the value of the element.
When a contact element, displayed the same as when an inline,
except not enclosed in code
When an inline, displayed as non-hyperlinked text, using the font
specified by the url.font.family parameter.
When a contact element, displayed as non-hyperlinked text, using
the normal font.
- Plain text
Formatted as the value of the element.
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