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The technique to render parts of one document within another document.

Relation

Transclusion is the technique to render parts of one document within another document.

The inclusion of part of one hypertext document in another one by means of reference rather than copying.

Wiktionary. transclusion

Supporting Macros

The most prominent macros of the projectdoc Toolbox using transclusion are the

But there are more macros that deal with transclusion:

Name Short Description Extension
Renders an image generated from an Enterprise Architect diagram, transcluded from a server.
Renders transcluded content fetched from documents of a result set.
Transcludes random content from a document marked with the content marker macro.
Renders an image transcluded from a remote server.
Renders transcluded content fetched from documents of a result set.
Transcludes content from a document marked with the content marker macro.
Transcludes content via a reference from a document marked with the content marker macro.
Transcludes content from a document marked with the content marker macro and renders it as plain text.

Related Terms

Dynamic List
Enhances navigation by showing a list of links to related information that is the result of a query on document properties.
Multi-transclusion
Describes the technique to transclude one or more content fragments from one or more documents.
Single Sourcing
Method for systematically re-using information.

Resources

More information on transclusion and the projectdoc Toolbox.

Transclusion
Tools to provide or consume content to support reuse.
Excerpt and Transclusion
Explains the differences between and commonalities of the Confluence Excerpt and the projectdoc Toolbox Transclusion features.
Working with Transclusions
Compare the excerpt feature of Confluence with the transclusion feature of the projectdoc Toolbox.
Content Reuse
The projectdoc Toolbox provides a number of features to help teams to reuse content. Content can be transcluded individually or in form of a multitransclude. Authors can even transclude content from multiple documents in the wiki, effectively combining transclusion with automatic lists.