On 26.04.2011 23:47, Sebastian Rahtz wrote:
> I am not sure why <figure><formula>...</formula><head>the meaning of liff</head></figure> does not fit the bill? thats legal already.
> alternatively, use presentation MathML and encode the caption text using <mtext> there; cf example
> at http://www.xmlmind.com/tutorials/MathML/index.html
I have another small question on that: If I use an external schema to
encode a formula or a table, do I also need to resort to the elements of
this schema in order to encode it's caption and/or title? Or can I pick
and choose, e.g. encode the formula itself with the elements of the
MathML schema or encode the rows, cells and columns of a table with the
elements of the CALS table model, but using <head> and <p> from the
TEI-schema to encode it's titles and/or captions?
As far as I can see, the TEI-Guidelines don't seem to say anything for
or against that approach, but I was wondering if such a "mixed-way"
might be considered "bad practice".
Best regards, Matthias