Marjorie is correct! everything in the VM is open source so you can made
any adjustments to the style sheets (both XSLT and CSS) to suit your
On 18/03/2015 22:19, Burghart Marjorie wrote:
> Dear Ingrid,
> I would recommend that you simply "tweak" the Versioning Machine: you can edit its XSL stylesheet to suit your needs. It seems that it does not include by default a template to process and display the front part. If you add one in the stylesheet, your problem will be solved.
> Best wishes,
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> De: "Ingrid Reiche" <[log in to unmask]>
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> Envoyé: Mercredi 18 Mars 2015 23:05:42
> Objet: Versioning and the Critical Apparatus Question
> I have a question about the critical apparatus tag set that I was hoping someone might be able to help me with.
> First, I'm encoding various parts of 5 editions including title pages, prefaces, contents and other parts of 18th century work. Is it possible to use <titlePage> with the critical apparatus and if so how?
> More specifically, I'm using the parallel segmentation method with the Versioning Machine and anything I put in the <front> will not render. Is there a work around for this?
> I'm tempted to use a <div type="titlePage"> but that seems contrary to the structure of TEI any thoughts?
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