well, there are quite a few TEI-based websites which do more or less
what you are talking about. Maybe it would be a good thing to do some
sort of survey? Of course, they will use different dialects of the TEI,
and entirely different software architectures too, but that's part of
the joy of the TEI!
just to get you started, here are just a few suggestions of things to
> <item><ptr target="http://www.dafyddapgwilym.net"/> : Poetry of Dafydd ap Gwilym </item>
> <item><ptr target="http://graves.uvic.ca"/> : Diary of Robert Graves
> <item><ptr target="http://txm.risc.cnrs.fr/txm/texte/quete"/> : Queste del saint Graal</item>
> <!--item><ptr target="http://webapp1.dlib.indiana.edu/newton"/> : Chymistry of Isaac Newton</item-->
> <item><ptr target="http://www.berardier.org"/> : Essai sur le récit (Bérardier de Bataut)</item>
> <item><ptr target="http://www.beckettarchive.org"/> : Samuel Beckett Digital
> Manuscript Project</item>
> <item><ptr target="http://www.janeausten.ac.uk"/> : Jane Austen's fiction manuscripts</item>
On 09/08/11 15:10, Chris Selwyn wrote:
> Hi Sebastien,
> Thanks for the reply. I guess that is what I was expecting.
> I was looking at the gravestone example on the Oxford TEI talks website
> which has a worked facsimile example and has an example rendering here
> I was kinda hoping that something along those lines would be what I
> would get. However, I suspect that there are many details to work out!!!
> But not really being an HTML expert, I don't really have a good vision
> of what "should" be generated.
> Chris Selwyn
> On 09/08/2011 14:56, Sebastian Rahtz wrote:
>> The short answer for my stylesheet family is that I have not yet
>> worked out (or indeed worked on) a rendering to HTML. I have some
>> nascent stuff for ePub
>> What _should_ come out on the web page?
>> Carved in stone on my iPad