element is a child element of the
ruby element and
contains the annotation that will be displayed to the user on screen,
ideally beside or above the base text (
requires the annotation.
For simple ruby markup, only one
rt element may appear. However, there are more complex
mechanisms for marking up ruby, using the
which do allow for multiple instances of the
<ruby> <rb>家辺 勝文</rb> <rt>liaison</rt> </ruby>
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This element is used to
contain the annotation that relates to the foreign characters (contained
rb element) that require
Only Internet Explorer offers any support for
text marked up using
ruby at this time. Other browsers
ignore the markup and display the ruby text in the order in which it
appears in the source.
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