RE: Standard tags for technical templates

2008-10-29 Thread Reng, Dr. Winfried
check the numbering and post it? Best regards Winfried -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Tuesday, October 28, 2008 9:10 PM To: Mike Wickham; Nancy Allison; Frame Users Subject: Re: Standard tags for technical

Standard tags for technical templates

2008-10-29 Thread Reng, Dr. Winfried
ham; Nancy Allison; Frame Users > Subject: Re: Standard tags for technical templates > > I'd say that S and S+ are duplicates if they both behave the same. > > And further I'd reformat the template so that you only have one tag > for numbering at that level. The reste fo

Standard tags for technical templates

2008-10-28 Thread Nancy Allison
Hi, everyone. I have inherited a template that is fairly well made, but has some problems. Before I work on it, I thought I would see if you know of any standards for paragraph and character tag names. For example, the current template uses these paragraph tag names: S S1 S+ Both S1 is for

Re: Standard tags for technical templates

2008-10-28 Thread Mike Wickham
For example, the current template uses these paragraph tag names: S S1 S+ Both S1 is for Step 1; S and S+ act as Step +. (I don't know why there are two tags that appear to have the same function. A mistake? Or am I missing something?) S1 probably resets the autonumbering to start over

Re: Standard tags for technical templates

2008-10-28 Thread quills
I'd say that S and S+ are duplicates if they both behave the same. And further I'd reformat the template so that you only have one tag for numbering at that level. The reste for the numbering being in the body, heading, and other tags. It's much more elegant, and removes the problem of missing

Re: Standard tags for technical templates

2008-10-28 Thread Lin Sims
On Tue, Oct 28, 2008 at 4:09 PM, Scott [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I'd say that S and S+ are duplicates if they both behave the same. And further I'd reformat the template so that you only have one tag for numbering at that level. The reste for the numbering being in the body, heading, and

Re: Standard tags for technical templates

2008-10-28 Thread quills
However, XML and HTML don't use a separate tag to start a numbering list. It simplifies the conversion. And if using XML it is the preferred way to format your markup. Less problems in indicating the first point of the numbering stream. Scott At 4:37 PM -0400 10/28/08, Lin Sims wrote: On Tue,

Standard tags for technical templates

2008-10-28 Thread Nancy Allison
Hi, everyone. I have inherited a template that is fairly well made, but has some problems. Before I work on it, I thought I would see if you know of any standards for paragraph and character tag names. For example, the current template uses these paragraph tag names: S S1 S+ Both S1 is for

Standard tags for technical templates

2008-10-28 Thread Mike Wickham
> For example, the current template uses these paragraph tag names: > > S > S1 > S+ > > Both S1 is for Step 1; S and S+ act as Step +. (I don't know why there > are two tags that appear to have the same function. A mistake? Or am I > missing something?) S1 probably resets the autonumbering to

Standard tags for technical templates

2008-10-28 Thread qui...@airmail.net
I'd say that S and S+ are duplicates if they both behave the same. And further I'd reformat the template so that you only have one tag for numbering at that level. The reste for the numbering being in the body, heading, and other tags. It's much more elegant, and removes the problem of missing

Standard tags for technical templates

2008-10-28 Thread Lin Sims
On Tue, Oct 28, 2008 at 4:09 PM, Scott wrote: > I'd say that S and S+ are duplicates if they both behave the same. > > And further I'd reformat the template so that you only have one tag > for numbering at that level. The reste for the numbering being in the > body, heading, and other tags.

Standard tags for technical templates

2008-10-28 Thread qui...@airmail.net
However, XML and HTML don't use a separate tag to start a numbering list. It simplifies the conversion. And if using XML it is the preferred way to format your markup. Less problems in indicating the first point of the numbering stream. Scott At 4:37 PM -0400 10/28/08, Lin Sims wrote: >On