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== Article Text ==
be in the .
Articles to be parsed and shown directly by the ZIM reader are stored as HTML body, without any layout except the formattings used in the article text (headlines, tables, images...).
* '''Namespace: ''' A
'''Path: ''' /A/''URL''
* whereas ''URL'' is often identical to the ''Article Name'', but this is not a requirement (see [[ZIM File Format#URL pointer list (urlPtrPos) |URL pointer list]] and [[ZIM File Format#Title_pointer_list (titlePtrPos)]] for details).
* to , )
Meta Data ==
Some publisher want to provide additional information for the reader application to individual articles, such as HTML Meta Data or a special layout around the article text.
By default the Meta Data can be non- existant or empty.
Article Text and Article Meta Data are linked to each other by having the same URL.
The and by the .
* '' 'Namespace:''' B
* '''Path:''' /B/'' URL''
** whereas /B/''URL'' is the Meta Data used for /A/''URL''.
=== Content Inclusion ===
be the a .
The Article Text needds to be combined with Article Meta Data, therefore the Meta Data needs to define a placeholder where the Article Text has to be inserted.
Fetching Article Text vs. Article Meta Data ==
Links inside articles always use the A namespace to refer to other articles, so the zimlib does provide Article Text by default for any requests of namespace A.
to , the is .
To use the Article Meta Data you have to define a flag when opening a zimfile, so the zimlib is configured to include the Article Text into Article Meta Data before returning the data.