I'm getting a feeling of deja vu. If I've already said this here
before, please ignore me.
DS> (Oh, and a thought: if the <div> attribute list were extended to
DS> add an attribute "level" so that one could use <div level="1"> as
DS> synonomous with <div1>, wouldn't that address the human-usability
DS> problem of finding one's place among nested unnumbered <div>s?)
Only halfway. Helps make the start-tags obvious, but all the end-tags
still look the same, so it doesn't tell you if you've got the right
SR> careful. these templates do not copy any attributes
SR> the original elements may have. probably not what a user
SR> would expect. add a
SR> <xsl:copy-of select="@*"/>
SR> in there.
Careful. This would copy all the attributes -- you don't want to copy
TEIform=. (Although it might be easier to copy it and then change it,