XSchema Spec, Sections 2.0 and 2.1 (Draft 1)

John Cowan cowan at locke.ccil.org
Mon Jun 8 20:05:32 BST 1998

Rick Jelliffe wrote:

> So I suggest that you build this into XSchema
> from the start: you can do this simply by using HTML's meta element,

Actually, an XML element that is ESIS-equivalent.

> and by adding HTML's body element at the end, to fit in any
> miscellaneous text that the person wants to add.

I think this point is handled better by allowing Doc
in XSchema elements to go anywhere, not just at the beginning.

> Also, I have allowed multiple title elements, to be differentiated
> according to language, for i18n.

I think this is overkill: titles are metadata in HTML, and (Itsy Bitsy)
HTML is metadata in XSchema, so these titles would be meta-metadata.
Still, I'm not utterly opposed to it.

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