<uplink> links back to the parent of the current page.
If the current page is somewhere in the directory, it links to the index.xml page of that directory. If the page is the index.xml, uplink will link to the parent directory's index.xml.
<uplink> tag has no attributes.
Giving a "level" attribute can link up 2, 3, ... levels instead of just 1. This can be used in conjunction with nested directory listings.
Imagine a folder containing different type of flowers. The name of the index.xml file is "Flower Index", and in "orchid.xml", we have:
The resulting orchid.html will contain: