<div-type>

The element div-type declares a type of textual division (e.g., title, paragraph, stanza). You may have as many <div-types> as you wish, and they need not all be used.

For more information, see the section called “One reference system”

This element takes a reserved keyword or IRI + name pattern. See the section called “TAN keywords for types of divisions (<div-type>)” for suggested values.

Formal Definition

~defn-pattern-id

Defined at: TAN-class-1.rng

Used by: ~defn-class-1

Example 8.121. <div-type>

   <head>
      .........
      <definitions>
         <work>
            .........
         </work>
         <div-type xml:id="p">
            <IRI>http://dbpedia.org/resource/Page_(paper)</IRI>
            <name>page</name>
         </div-type>
         <div-type xml:id="c">
            <IRI>http://dbpedia.org/resource/Column_(typography)</IRI>
            <name>column</name>
         </div-type>
         <div-type xml:id="l">
            <IRI>tag:textalign.net,2015:div-type:line:physical</IRI>
            <name>physical line</name>
         </div-type>
         <person xml:id="kalvesmaki">
            .........
         </person>
         .........
      </definitions>
      .........
   </head>


[Note]Note

Taken from ar.cat.eng.1926.edghill.obj

Example 8.122. <div-type>

      <definitions>
         <work>
            .........
         </work>
         <div-type xml:id="ch">
            <IRI>http://dbpedia.org/resource/Chapter_(books)</IRI>
            <name>chapter</name>
         </div-type>
         <div-type xml:id="par">
            .........
         </div-type>
         .........
      </definitions>


[Note]Note

Taken from ar.cat.eng.1926.edghill.sem