[NTG-context] Issues in export
Henning Hraban Ramm
texml at fiee.net
Tue Jan 20 09:52:09 CET 2015
Am 2015-01-19 um 15:44 schrieb Hans Hagen <pragma at wxs.nl>:
>> In raw.xml I’d prefer something like
>> Quoth<description detail="footnote" id="1">by Edgar Allan Poe</description>
>> Quoth<description detail="footnote" id="1" />
>> <description detail="footnote" id="1">
>> <descriptioncontent>by Edgar Allan Poe</descriptioncontent>
>> and in div.xhtml something that works in HTML, like a title:
> Well, basically the export is visual with a few goodies; a footnote is nothing special unless i intercept it as such and even then it would be 'note' and again something generic it's probably no big deal to provide the crosslinked reference between the items but that would then not be '1' because there can be many 1's. Just collect such wishes and i can look at it when i'm in epub mode again.
Visual might be ok, but please leave out „hard“ formatting like <sup>.
The 1 is just a placeholder - doesn’t ConTeXt have some suitable internal ID?
Ok, I’ll start a wishlist.
>> Quoth<div class="descriptionsymbol footnote" title="by Edgar Allan Poe"><div class="sup">1</div></div>
> That would be kind of arbitrary and unnatural: why should some content (of a description) suddenly end up as an attribute title.
Just because it works in HTML. Of course it wouldn’t work with long or nested footnotes.
And of course it’s a matter of taste (and usage of notes) if it makes sense to keep notes at the noted text.
>> or a link:
>> Quoth<a href="#footnote_1"><div class="descriptionsymbol footnote"><div class="sup">1</div></div></a>
>> <a name=„footnote_1“>
>> <div class="description footnote">
>> <div class="descriptiontag"><div class="sup">1</div> </div>
>> <div class="descriptioncontent">by Edgar Allan Poe</div>
> an automated link (when no reference is given) sounds ok
Also here I’d use an unique note ID as anchor.
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