Source-bound bidirectional hyperlink

infix-junctor

Establish a hyperlink from A to B, and from B to A, making the source phrase itself the link.

Syntax

Infix junctors begin with the tilde ~ shorthand symbol.

The tilde must be followed by a target identifier which has been assigned to another phrase in the manuscript.

semantax ~identifier Text of the phrase.
Infix-junctor syntax

Junctors may only be used at the start of a phrase, immediately after the semantax, and before the text.

The BLUE-PROCESSOR matches the junctor's identifier with the target phrase, and creates hyperlinks between the two. In the case of an infix-junctor, the underlined hyperlink is the text of the source phrase. (See prefix and postfix junctors for alternative hyperlink placements.)

Examples

Here is what an infix-junctor looks like within the body of a manuscript.

The ocean's rise will make  <<i ~map1 numerous highways>>
impassible during semi-diurnal tides.
...

...
figure {
figcaption ~map1 High Tides
img `highway-flooding.gif`
}
Sample infix-junctor

syntax > junctors > infix-junctorSource-bound bidirectional hyperlink

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