Dear TEI-L members
When I practice on encoding an existing text I faced with some cases which I couldn't resolve to achieve a valid TEI xml output:
1- As I noted, we can't put any <p> element inside a <list> element. As I understand from the philosophy of the descriptive markup, we should encode regarding to the logical composition of the text. So, one of the best practices to encode a text which contains pros and cons or such, or explains types of a phenomenon, is using a list with items, although it may not be shown as a list on the source document. In some cases, we may face with a list of items with some prose text within this logical items and related to some of them. For example for a list of 10 items we may have some text related to items #3, #4 and #6 which appears after the #6 item in the logical list. So, how can I resolve such a case? (I think that puting such text within the last <item> element is not a logical decision.)
2- As I can understand from the GuideLines, we can't put any <p> element after some <div> elements within a <div>, but in some cases we may face with a case in which a division may apear after some <p> elements and then we have some <p> elements. How we can resolve such a case in TEI?