I would like to thank the persons who answered my question about
integrated rendition. And Arjan Loeffen and Syd Bauman respectively:
thanks for putting the question on the list and for answering the
vertical encoding question.
I now have another problem. And I hope one of you has run into this
I have to encode centered heads which cover two or three lines: On the
first line is a Roman number indicating the number of the chapter. On
the second and (sometimes) the third line there are parts of the
heading. Like this:
History of Encoding:
Encoding hierarchically structured texts
The whole heading is originally tagged as Very large and Centered. I
don't know how to represent the fact that the heading is spread over
three lines, heads not tolerating <p>'s or <l>'s. I thought of encoding
the roman number like this: <num> II</num>
But I wonder how to continue:
<head rend='very large centered'> <num> II </num>
Does anyone have a solution ?
Thank you very much in advance.
Tilly Dutilh - Email: [log in to unmask] - tel. +31 71 5272303
Instituut voor Nederlandse Lexicologie, P.O. Box 9515, 2300 RA Leiden
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