Each instance of this element specifies where some part of the table
frame is located. All the examples in the corpus have four instances
of this element, one for each of the parts
top. Some examples in the
corpus add a fifth for part
bottom, even though it is not clear
how all of
heigth can be honored
at the same time. In any case,
location seems to have little
importance in representing tables; a reader can safely ignore it.
right is acceptable as well but the
corpus contains no examples.
How the location is determined:
Based on the natural size of the table. Observed only for
Based on the location specified in
target. Observed only for
Using the value in
value. Observed only for parts
Same as the specified
target. Observed only for part
Minimum size. Only observed with value
100pt. Only observed
observed otherwise. This is the ID of an element to attach to.
Observed with the ID of
and other elements.
fixed, not observed otherwise.
Observed values are
100% on part