Third party formatting conventions
Revision as of 22:53, 1 February 2009 by Piotr Banski
While stylesheets offers specific stylesheets, this page might host some specific conventions, independent of a specific stylesheet implementation. While not formally associated with TEI, these might be of interest to a wider audience,
- For certain well-known Scriptures or their component works, it is often the case (whether in the original rendering and/or in the desired output formatting) that these may be an exception to the application of italics for <title>s. Feel free to expand the listing for the sake of others who might develop a common stylesheet for avoiding the rendering of these titles in italic (granted, one might use @rend, etc. with <title> if the original document made such a formatting distinction, but if not, there should be some common means of specifying that a transformation should make this distinction):
- the (Holy) Bible, the (Noble/Holy) Qur'an, ...