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#595 In the example the default transformation TEI to HTML5 automatically generates headings even with "autoHead=false"

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2013-11-01
2013-08-18
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According to the description of "tei-param.xsl" it should be possible to switch off the automatic generation of headings. This does not work for the provided example.

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  • In the examples for letters with an <opener> in the TEI documentation I find several examples of a <div> element with no child <head> element. In my special case I use <div> to separate the letter text from the <opener> and the <closer>. Such structural elements help to process XML files.

     
  • On 8 Sep 2013, at 21:43, "Dr. Eberhard von Kitzing" vkitzing@users.sf.net
    wrote:

    In the examples for letters with an <opener> in the TEI documentation I find several examples of a

    element with no child <head> element. In my special case I use
    to separate the letter text from the <opener> and the <closer>. Such structural elements help to process XML files.

    i am entirely happy with the idea of

    elements with no <head>; some of the examples have <opener> with <dateline>, which
    plainly acts as the equivalent. I just don't know how to process them in a generic way. Specifically, I don't know what to
    put in a table of contents, when it is generated from the
    structure.

    I'll keep trying

    Sebastian Rahtz
    Director (Research) of Academic IT
    University of Oxford IT Services
    13 Banbury Road, Oxford OX2 6NN. Phone +44 1865 283431

     
    • status: open-accepted --> closed
     
  • I am closing this one. I dont think there is a right answer in general....

     
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