[tei-council] TEI model classes future directions
sebastian.rahtz at oucs.ox.ac.uk
Wed May 24 16:11:45 EDT 2006
John A. Walsh wrote:
> Hmmm. Then I wonder if elementSpec's could have something akin to the
> z-index CSS property. Elements would be automatically assigned a
> z-index based on their context (i.e., order) in the ODD documents.
> But elements could have a z-index attribute explicitly set which would
> boost or lower their place in the sequence. From an online reference:
> "The z-index property sets the stack order of an element. An element
> with greater stack order is always in front of another element with
> lower stack order. Note: Elements can have negative stack orders."
> But instead of stack order, something like a ODD's z-index attribute
> could specify an element's precedence in the sequence.
That's a sensible suggestion at first sight. It might require some thinking
about implementation. Currently I say:
(you can imagine what the key is, and what $foo is).
do the job? does position() do the right thing here?
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