This is exactly what I would do. If you have a lot of documents which
are the same in layout, of course, you could use @rendition and <rendition>.
On 14-06-24 07:54 AM, Joe Wicentowski wrote:
>> For example, on the document shown on this page
>> the telegram number, "2418.", is left-aligned on the *same* line as
>> the right-aligned dateline, "Karachi, May 15, 1956—5 p.m."
> I only now realized that my example didn't show the telegram number on
> the same line as the dateline. I'd been looking at a number of
> examples and pasted in the wrong one. So, for the record, here's an
> example showing the phenomenon I was describing:
> The markup we're going to use for this is:
> <idno style="display: inline; float: left" type="document-identifier">
> NIE 53/14.3–1–74
> <dateline style="display: inline; float: right">
> <date when="1974-05-23">May 23, 1974</date>.
> New here for FRUS TEI are opener, idno, and @style.
> idno/@type="document-identifier" is broad enough to encompass a range
> of identifiers that appear in this position in a document, which we
> could classify in a future pass.
> Thanks again,