<title>

A title is a heading or label for an object. Titles can be associated with topics, maps, sections, examples, figures, tables, and other structures.

Content model

(Text | <keyword> | <ph> | <strong> | <em> | <b> | <i> | <line-through> | <overline> | <sup> | <sub> | <tt> | <u> | <q> | <term> | <text> | <tm> | <state> | <cite> | <data> | <sort-as> | <draft-comment> | <foreign> | <unknown> | <required-cleanup> | <image> )*

Attributes

The following attributes are available on this element: ID and conref attributes, localization attributes, @base, @class, @outputclass, and @rev.

Example

The following code sample shows how titles are used for both the topic and a figure within the topic:

<topic id="topicid">
  <title>Monitoring your heart rate</title>
  <body>
    <!-- ... -->
    <fig>
      <title>Adjusting your monitor</title>
      <p>If the monitor is not reporting, follow the directions
         in the video to adjust your equipment.</p>
      <!-- ... -->
    </fig>
  </body>
</topic>