Fixed a bunch of issues in XSLT, including adding handling for page breaks, and making TOC generation proceed one level further into the
I've made a number of schema-related changes:
<listPerson>now allow a single
<xi:include>element instead of other content. This makes pages like
sources.xmlvalid, where they weren't before. The expectation is that we will extend the use of
<xi:include>into other areas, to allow the centralization of editorial and encoding declarations etc.
<pb>are not allowed inside
<hi>. This is to avoid HTML invalidity because of the inclusion of HTML
<hr>elements (generated for page breaks) inside
<span>elements (generated from
<hi>s). Some instances of this have been fixed in a few files, which have had the Schematron schema PI added to their headers. Eventually this will be done for all files, and we will use Schematron for the sake of convenience.
This project allows literary and scholarly works (primary and secondary) to be associated with locations in London, providing the reader with a richer understanding of the works.
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