Dubinsky Leonid wrote:
> Something like this: if attribute 'n' on a biblStruct is set to
> 'Knuth92', label it with '[Knuth92]', and turn 'ptr' elements
> referencing it into '[Knuth92]'. DocBook has this, so it would be nice
> to have this in TEI stylesheets, but I personally do not need this
> right now.
this would be an addition to the TEI. maybe you
can add a proposal on Sourceforge?
>> you should be able to do this in CSS. I have now
>> added a CSS class to the <ol> to let you address it.
> I see the class, but I do not know enough CSS to put brackets around
> list labels in HTML ordered list.
> Also, I think that the shape of the labels in the bibliography should
> be consistent between HTML (currently 'n') and FO/PDF (currently
> '[n]'), and customizable in a consistent way - through XSLT
> customization (since CSS is not used for PDF generation).
OK, true. I will see what I can do
> but there are still some
> inconsistencies between HTML and FO: the "Table of Contents" title is
> missing in FO, and so is the document title (in HTML it is extracted
> from the header)...
I will look at this too
> And I hope to see some of the features
> of the Guidelines styling in the general stylesheets - pointers from
> the bibliography back into the text? bibliography sorting?
hmm, true. there is no reason why some of this
should be specific to Guidelines.
Information Manager, Oxford University Computing Services
13 Banbury Road, Oxford OX2 6NN. Phone +44 1865 283431