The <g> tag works just like the <r> tag, but it does not enclose the link text in single quotes. This form of tag is more appropriate for references to glossary entries, where the quotes would disturb the flow of the sentence.
Here's an example:
Send <g id="g/e-mail"> to report problems.Assuming that the short name `g' is defined by this line in the `PathMap' file:
g glossaryand also assuming that the <g> tag occurs in a file two levels below the help root, that <g> tag would expand to:
Send <a href="../../g/e-mail.html>e-mail</a> to report problems.