On-line help with the TEI DTD.
Thanks to a number of Perl routines (of which the most important was
developed by Earl Hood) I have put together a web navigator for the TEI DTD.
Paths include a list of elements and element hierarchies for each of the
base tag sets, and a list of element classes for the TEI as a whole. The
navigator is designed to provide practical help to people who are marking
up texts, and have questions of the sort:
what elements are valid here?
to what other elements does this element belong?
There is a separate HTML document for each element, which includes a list of
links to its children elements, to its parent elements, and its attributes,
and a content declaration and short description. The descriptions were
extracted from the p3 guideline.
I would appreciate any comments/criticisms/suggestions etc.
- Gregory Murphy
Text Systems Manager
CETH, the Center for Electronic Texts in the Humanities
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phone: (609) 258-2460