From: Els van Trigt (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Jan 23 2003 - 03:24:25 PST
For running headers I've been using markers similar to the example below:
<fo:marker marker-class-name="sect-head" >
(from: http://www.dpawson.co.uk/xsl/sect3/bk/ch12.html#d0e5483, Example
11.8. Marker usage)
This worked fine in 2.78 versions of XEP. However, with the newer 3.xx
versions, I get errors reporting that the fo:marker has to be an initial
child of fo:flow. If this is true, it will be rather cumbersome to revise
the applicable stylesheets, so I would like to know why this is implemented
this way and if it is correct according to the standard.
When I look at the Spec, (6.11.3 fo:marker)it says that the "fo:marker has
to be an initial child of its parent formatting object." Unfortunately the
spec does not include a DTD to see where fo:marker is allowed.
RenderX, however, offers a DTD on their website which I looked at
According to this DTD <fo:marker> is included in the entity %wrappers;,
which is one of the options within the entity "%blocks;" that come directly
within fo:flow. The content of "%blocks;" is repeatable and thus I should be
able to use a block first within fo:flow and then an fo:marker element or am
Please advice - thanx
Els van Trigt
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