I should stress that I didn't write the bookmarklet -- I can't remember
who originally contributed it, but I give thanks for it every day.
Someone should step forward and take a bow.
Stephen Shimanek wrote:
> Hello all,
> I wanted to summarize the responses to my question regarding searching
> the Guidelines and add a few precisions, in case anyone else out there
> is spending too much term searching without finding.
> First, I appreciate that you have suggested that I search at
> rather than at www.tei-c.org for the most up to date (but not yet
> definitive) version of the guidelines. There, indeed (like at tei-c),
> classes and element are alphabetically organized and easy to access.
> Martin added a convenient bookmarklet that eliminates several clicks.
> His comment that the text all figure on one line in is important! In
> the link below I have substituted the site Lou and Sebastien recommend
> to add a tiny surplus value :-) (I've tested my change, it works.)
> Element Name:
> Finally, Sebastien suggested using Google, which made me grumble at
> first as I had certainly tried!
> But this comment was very productive, as it made me realize that in fact
> I had forgotten to specify that I only wanted to search within the site
> address above (see advanced search options or just add "site:..." as below)
> google -- "domains"
> As such, I was easily able to find @domains in the class att.pointing.group
> Best wishes,
> Steve Shimanek