Inline graphic: Inserts a graphical element within a line of text.
<graphic entity=name [id=id]>
An entity name that is defined in an entity declaration. The entity declaration associates the entity name with the name of the file that contains the graphic to be inserted.
Optional. Defines an ID name that can be used in cross-references to this figure.
The <graphic> element is similar to <figure> except that the <graphic> element is intended for embedding small graphics within text, whereas the <figure> element inserts figures between paragraphs.
The following markup first defines an entity (mini-icon) as being associated with the contents of a graphics file (named mini.pm). Then the <graphic> element indicates the location of the graphic within a line of text.
<!entity mini-icon FILE "mini.pm"> . . . The <graphic entity=mini-icon> icon is used to represent very small images.
The following markup first defines a topic whose ID is mini-icon-topic. It then shows how to use the inline graphic as a hyperlink to this topic.
<s1 id=mini-icon-topic>When you click on the inline graphic, it will bring you to this topic. . . . The <link mini-icon-topic> <graphic entity=mini-icon> <\link> icon is to represent very small things.