why not use <fw> for your page numbers (which is meant exactly for
running heads, including page numbes), and then you can use <head>.
Also, I think corresp="KMG2Pref1" should really be corresp="#KMG2Pref1"
Ingo Kieslich je 21/05/2018 ob 14:07 napisal:
> Dear TEI list,
> may I ask for your opinion on a small matter:
> We are transcribing typescripts that have been edited by hand. Our TEI
> documents are transformed to provide output for diplomatic
> representations of the source texts.
> The question I have is about headings in <head> and page numbers.
> Right now our TEI looks like this:
> <div type="preface">
> <pb xml:id="KMG2Pref1" n="01"/>
> <ab type="pagenumber"><space dim="horizontal" extent="62"
> unit="chars"/>- <anchor type="pagenumber" corresp="KMG2Pref1"/>-</ab>
> <lb /><ab type="mainHeading">PREFACE</ab>
> As you can see, in addition to <pb/> page numbers are also encoded in
> <ab>. The reason is that sometimes we encounter page numbers that have
> been edited by the author. Sometimes up to four times. This we want to
> record, and it does not seem possible to do this solely in the
> attributes of <pb/>. Headings right now are therefore also encoded
> with <ab>.
> I would like to put headings in proper <head> elements. However <head>
> cannot stand behind <ab>. At the moment I only see two solutions:
> 1) Can I put the information for page numbers into a <head> element,
> too? In that case I would treat <head> more generally as an element
> for some text at the top of a <div> and outside of the main body of
> text. Then I would be able to add headings in additional <head> elements.
> 2) I stick to my solution with <ab> elements and don't use <head>.
> Thanks in advance for your opinions on this: that would really help me
> in deciding on how to proceed.
> All the best,
> Ingo Kieslich.