At 5:23 am -0500 3/2/06, Alan Houser wrote:

>Unfortunately, there's no way to do this with an XML DTD.  However, it's not 
>hard to determine an element's nesting level when processing XML with XSLT or 
>even a FrameMaker EDD. For example, a FrameMaker EDD might specify a text 
>prefix of "Element nested too deeply" to report back to the author when he/she 
>has violated a nesting convention (nesting a <section> too deeply, for 
>example).

Right: so you can use a level rule to *alert* the user, but there's nothing you 
can do to actually *remove* the element from the element catalog when selecting 
it would invalidate a nesting depth restriction, right?
-- 
Steve

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