[tei-council] repetition in the description of @place
arianna.ciula at kcl.ac.uk
Mon Jan 19 16:00:02 EST 2009
I agree with James: no 'page' please.
I am sorry to loose 'margin' (may be overused in the manuscript world
but it seems to mean much more when added to 'left' or 'right').
I would loose 'overleaf' and keep 'verso' but again I may be
James Cummings wrote:
> It seems reasonable to me to mimic the CSS names for locating things. I
> dislike adding in 'page-' to anything since we might not be encoding
> pages (e.g. text on walls, or inscribed around the bottom of a bell).
> Lou Burnard wrote:
>> I agree with Sebastian's suggestion below.
>> Does anyone else have any other comment on the list of changes I
>> proposed 4 days ago for this value list?
>> If not, I'm going ahead with it.
>> Sebastian Rahtz wrote:
>>> Lou Burnard wrote:
>>>> margin-bot -> page-foot
>>>> margin-left -> left
>>>> margin-right -> right
>>>> margin-top -> page-top
>>> why not left, right, top, bottom, as per (eg) CSS names?
>>> the "page-" is open to the question "what if I have multiple
>>> columns, does that mean the bottom of the page or the bottom
>>> of the column?" bottom and top leaves it open :-}
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