att.typed

att.typed provides attributes that can be used to classify or subclassify elements in any way. [1.3.1. Attribute Classes 17.1.1. Words and Above 3.6.1. Referring Strings 3.7. Simple Links and Cross-References 3.6.5. Abbreviations and Their Expansions 3.13.1. Core Tags for Verse 7.2.5. Speech Contents 4.1.1. Un-numbered Divisions 4.1.2. Numbered Divisions 4.2.1. Headings and Trailers 4.4. Virtual Divisions 13.3.2.3. Personal Relationships 11.3.1.1. Core Elements for Transcriptional Work 16.1.1. Pointers and Links 16.3. Blocks, Segments, and Anchors 12.2. Linking the Apparatus to the Text 22.5.1.2. Defining Content Models: RELAX NG 8.3. Elements Unique to Spoken Texts 23.3.1.3. Modification of Attribute and Attribute Value Lists]
Moduletei
Membersatt.interpLike att.pointing.group [linkGrp] TEI ab accMat add addName addSpan altIdentifier am anchor application bibl biblStruct binaryObject bloc c cb change charProp cit collection corr correspDesc country custEvent damage date decoNote del delSpan dim district event explicit figure filiation finalRubric floatingText forename g gb genName geogFeat geogName gloss group head incipit join label lb lg line link listAnnotation listApp listBibl listChange listEvent listNym listObject listOrg listPerson listPlace listRelation location locus m mapping material measureGrp media milestone mod msDesc msFrag msName msPart name notatedMusic note noteGrp nym object objectName offset org orgName origDate origPlace path pb pc persName persPronouns phr place placeName provenance ptr quote rb ref reg region relatedItem relation roleName rs rt rubric ruby s schemaRef seal seg settlement space stamp standOff state surface surfaceGrp surname table teiCorpus term text time unit unitDef w xenoData zone
AttributesAttributes
typecharacterizes the element in some sense, using any convenient classification scheme or typology.
Status Optional
Datatype
<div type="verse">
 <head>Night in Tarras</head>
 <lg type="stanza">
  <l>At evening tramping on the hot white road</l>
  <l></l>
 </lg>
 <lg type="stanza">
  <l>A wind sprang up from nowhere as the sky</l>
  <l></l>
 </lg>
</div>
Note

The type attribute is present on a number of elements, not all of which are members of att.typed, usually because these elements restrict the possible values for the attribute in a specific way.

subtype(subtype) provides a sub-categorization of the element, if needed
Status Optional
Datatype
Note

The subtype attribute may be used to provide any sub-classification for the element additional to that provided by its type attribute.

Schematron

<sch:rule context="tei:*[@subtype]">
<sch:assert test="@type">The <sch:name/> element should not be categorized in detail with @subtype unless also categorized in general with @type</sch:assert></sch:rule>
Note

When appropriate, values from an established typology should be used. Alternatively a typology may be defined in the associated TEI header. If values are to be taken from a project-specific list, this should be defined using the <valList> element in the project-specific schema description, as described in 23.3.1.3. Modification of Attribute and Attribute Value Lists .