These common attributes are used across a wide variety of elements, with the common definition included below. These attributes are not defined as a group, and many elements only specify one or two from this list.
@keyrefprovides a redirectable reference based on a key defined within a map. See The keyref attribute for information on using this attribute.
@outputclassattribute can be used for styling during output processing; HTML output will typically preserve
@outputclassfor CSS processing.
<lines>, and on elements specialized from those. It ensures that parsers in editors and transforms respect the white space, including line-end characters, that is part of the data in those elements. It is intended to be part of the default properties of these elements, and not for authors to change or delete. When defined, it has a fixed value of "preserve".
<linkpool>, or metadata is manually created by an author, there is no need to use this attribute. Note that this attribute is not related to the
@keyrefattribute, and is not used for key based processing.
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