On Friday, February 21, 2003, at 05:03 PM, Christian Wittern wrote:
> Currently, the content model of generic divs seems to only allow
> cleanly nested divs or elements from the divtop class at the beginning
> and divbottom at the end. What is not allowed, so it seems is <div>
> <div><p>some stuff</p></div>
> <p>Some stuff that does not belong to the previous diff and not to
> the following div</p>
> <div><p>some more stuff</p></div>
It may be that the TEI documentation gives that impression, but it is not
so. This is perfectly legal TEI syntax.
I don't think that will parse. You can have something like
But you can't have
At least my validators won't let me get away with this, although, like
Christian, I can imagine situations where this is want you want to do.