EAD Tag Library for Version 1.0


EAD Elements: <emph> Emphasis

Description:

A formatting element for marking words or phrases that are stressed or emphasized for linguistic effect. Use the RENDER attribute to specify the kind of emphasis, e.g., bold or italics.

When the content of an entire element should always be rendered in italics or some other display feature, use the SGML style sheet functions instead of the <emph> element.

May contain:

#PCDATA, abbr, archref, bibref, emph, expan, extptr, extref, lb, linkgrp, ptr, ref, title

May occur within:

abstract, addressline, archref, author, bibref, bibseries, container, corpname, creation, date, dimensions, edition, emph, entry, event, extent, extref, extrefloc, famname, function, genreform, geogname, head, head01, head02, imprint, item, label, language, langusage, name, num, occupation, origination, p, persname, physdesc, physfacet, physloc, publisher, ref, repository, runner, sponsor, subarea, subject, subtitle, title, titleproper, unitdate, unitid, unittitle

Attributes:

ALTRENDER#IMPLIED, CDATA
ID#IMPLIED, ID
RENDER#IMPLIED, bold, italic, bolditalic, boldunderline, boldsmcaps, boldquoted, nonproport, altrender, quoted, smcaps, sub, super, underline

Example:

<archdesc level="collection">
<did>[...]</did>
[other possible elements and text... ]
<add>
<note><p>The following is a complete listing of the children's
book titles written by Dolores Kinder, along with their original publication
dates.</p></note>
<chronlist>
<head>
<emph render="boldunderline">Publications List</emph>
</head>
[other possible elements and text... ]
</chronlist></add>
</archdesc>


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