The link tag is used to insert a reference to an element inside some piece of text or inside the seealso section. It is similar in functionality to the
construct in HTML.
The mandatory id attribute of the link tag should have the name of an element tag in it. This name is not case sensitive. FPDoc will issue a warning if it cannot find a matching name. It will look for matching names in the current file, and in all content files that have been specified with the import command-line option.
The link tag can exist in 2 forms: one with separate closing tag, surrounding a piece of text, one without separate closing tag. If a piece of text is surrounded by the link tag, then the text will be converted to a hyperlink in the HTML documentation. If there is no surrounded text, then the value of the id attribute will be used as the text. This means that
are completely equivalent.
See also: element (145), url (194) and the import option (section 3.2.16, page 56).