[MEI-L] <div> in header
Axel Teich Geertinger
atge at kb.dk
Sun Oct 25 21:23:52 CET 2015
Is there any particular reason why <div> elements are not allowed anywhere in the header?
I am asking this because I want to use a Rich Text Editor (tinyMCE) for blocks of text in the header, for instance in <annot> or <history> within <work>. This type of editor requires that the editable content is wrapped in a single element (like <p> or <div>). It is not good at handling mixed content. Of course i could use <p> as the wrapper, but then I would have to have one editor instance for every paragraph, if I want more than one paragraph of text.
I actually think that allowing <div> in <history> could also make the structure a little clearer. As it is, <history> may contain <head>, <creation>, <eventList> and any number of <p>s. Perhaps it would be nice to be able to wrap all non-structured text in a single <div> to separate it from the more structured elements <creation> and <eventList>?
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