The TEI Lite Exercise file

1. A test document: section 1

This document exercises various features of the TEI Lite dtd. Nothing in it is mandatory, but very little of it is mendacious.

This is a second paragraph, just to show that paragraphs are not all indented to the same extent.

Let's start with various phrase level elements.

1.1. This should be 1.1: editorial tags

You can use your imagination (or give up) when dealing with most of these... some suggestions are given as comments.

The <corr> element marks corrections; The <reg> element marks regularisations; The <add> element marks an addition and the <del> element marks deletion. The <gap> element marks [...]something that's not there, while the <unclear> element marks something that's hard to read.

1.2. This should be 1.2: highlighting tags

The <hi> element is used for various forms of highlighting: e.g. bold, italic and small caps. You can do what you like when no rend value is supplied.

The <emph> element is used for linguistic emphasis. This should not be confused with cases of ‘highlighting’ (<soCalled>) nor with shouting (<mentioned>), transmogrification, (a technical <term>), for which the <gloss> tag might be used to supply a technical definition).

1.3. Should be 1.3: milestones and other empties

The <mileStone> element can appear anywhere at all.

The <pb> element can appear [Page 302] anywhere too, as can the <lb> element
like that.

Now for some links! We will start by cross-referring to the next section.

Here is a simple 2. Should be section 2: assorted chunks <ptr> to it.

Here is a simple reference to it.

By the way, a <divgen> is legal anywhere, but should appear only where a <div> would be legal.

Table of contents

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Sections in this document:
first foot note
second foot note
first end note
second end note