HAWHAW XML ReferenceVersion 1.9


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Summary
Provides a link in a <deck>, <linkset> or <td> element.
 
Attributes
href URL of destination address
title (optional) - If a string is provided here, it will be displayed in the HTML browser status bar during "MouseOver", respectively somewhere on the WAP display. In order to work well with a broad range of mobile devices, keep your title as short as possible.
br number of line breaks after link (default: 1)
css_class (optional) - sets a css class for this element
proxy yes (default) | no
Determines whether the destination address specified in the href attribute is retrieved via the HAWHAW proxy ("yes") or directly ("no").
voice_input (optional) - Sets a phrase the voice browser is reacting on (instead of the link text).
Pass an empty string, if voice triggering should be disabled. In this case you should use voice_dtmf to correlate the link with a given DTMF event. Otherwise the link could not be triggered at all.
voice_dtmf (optional) - sets a DTMF key as link trigger for voice browsers, e.g. "1", "2", ... ,"0", "*", "#"
voice_timeout (optional) - sets the link timeout [in seconds] for voice browsers (default: "10").
Note: VoiceXML decks with text only will force a disconnect immediately after the complete text has been spoken. VoiceXML decks with text and links will wait some time for user voice input and will initiate the disconnect too, if no user input is received. For each link it is possible to specify an individual timeout value, i.e. a VoiceXML deck does not disconnect before the longest timeout of all active links expires.
 
Example

... <deck> <a href="http://wap.foo.com/deck2.xml" br="2">Continue</a> <a href="../index.xml" title="Menu">Go back</a> </deck> ...
 
See also
<deck> <linkset> <td> <voice_text>
 
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