What Are Inline-Level Formatting Objects?

This section describes inline-level formatting objects, like 'inline', 'inline-container', 'character', and 'external-graphic'. They are used to generate inline areas.

What Are Inline-Level Formatting Objects? Inline-Level formatting objects are formatting objects that generate inline areas.

Here is a list of main types of inline-level formatting objects supported in XSL 1.1:

Inline areas generated from inline-level formatting objects are used as content for block-level formatting objects to generate block areas.

Last update: 2016.

Table of Contents

 About This XSL-FO Tutorial Book

 Introduction of XSL-FO

 Apache™ FOP (Formatting Objects Processor)

 RenderX XEP as an XSL-FO Tool

 Introduction of Area Model

 XSL-FO Document Basics and Examples

 Page Layout Masters

 Block-Level Formatting Objects

Inline-Level Formatting Objects

What Are Inline-Level Formatting Objects?

 What Is "inline" Formatting Object?

 "inline" Splitting for Line Break

 What Is "line-height" Attribute?

 What Is "baseline-shift" Attribute?

 "inline" with Mixed Content

 FOP Failed on "block" inside "inline"

 What Is "inline-container" Formatting Object?

 What Is "charecter" Formatting Object?

 What Is "leader" Formatting Object?

 What Are "page-number*" Formatting Objects?

 Including Graphics in XSL-FO document

 Table of Rows and Columns

 List, Item, Label, and Body

 Floating Blocks - "float" and "footnote"

 Hyperlinks, Table of Contents and Indexes

 Headers and Footers using "static-content"

 Font Attributes and Font Families

 Apache FOP Font Configurations

 RenderX XEP Font Configurations

 References

 PDF Printing Version