Joshua Hutchinson wrote:
> I'll try to jump in as I understand the problem (I've talked with Branko
> offlist about this issue). The first line of the above example (HAVELOCK
> ELLIS) would normally be considered a subheading.
> In TEI, as I understand it, it is invalid to put a
> <head type="sub"></head>
> BEFORE a
> So this would not be valid even if it makes sense in my brain ...
> <head type="sub">HAVELOCK ELLIS</head>
> <head>De Wereld der Droomen</head>
> <p>blah blah blah</p>
> (My apologies if my explanation of the issue just made it more confusing or
> if I got it wrong, Branko!)
If you#'re using TEI lite or TEI in general, this is not true. You can
have as many <head>s as you like at the start oif a <div>
What you can#'t have is