Div encoding or div processing :: div marking or div reading
Wendell's remarks and reminder about the placement of the <text> element
elaborately structured element types. So we have <text> appearing inside
<quote>, <letter> (which has its own peculiar "top" and "bottom"), the
things described in "Varieties of Composite Text", etc.
remind me of a discussion from the early fall of 05 regarding XSLT and the
<text> element. In an off list exchange, the interesting question of
>What types of trouble does a <text> element within <p> cause for the
>writing of XSLT transforms?
you have to check each time you meet a <text> whether it is child of
<TEI>; the behaviour is almost completely unrelated.
I suppose its not a big deal really, but it seemed odd to me when I coded
Hypthetical: if the <text> element were not called "text" would it be used
more often to address the question of tesselating vs floating div?