XLingPaper Publisher Style Sheet User Documentation
H. Andrew Black
Matthew Lee
SIL International
xlingpaper_support@sil.org

27 May 2020
Version: 3.7.0

Contents


Abstract

This paper describes how to set up and edit an XLingPaper publisher style sheet. While it is possible to edit an XLingPaper publisher style sheet without using the XMLmind XML Editor, this documentation assumes that you are using it. Since the normal way to control how particular items appear is by setting attributes of elements, this documentation assumes that the reader knows how to use the Attributes tool of the XMLmind XML Editor.


1 Introduction

One of the nice features of XLingPaper is that since it requires one to mark-up the document data, that data is then “actionable” (Simons and Black 2009, Black 2009). Perhaps the easiest way to see how such data is “actionable” is via the use of publisher style sheets. Each publisher style sheet dictates how an XLingPaper document is to be formatted. The page size and margins, order of front matter and back matter, layout of reference material, etc., etc. can be determined by a publisher style sheet.

Thus, one can write one's document and then associate it with a publisher style sheet to get it to format the way that publisher wants it. If at any point you decide to use a different publisher, you merely associate your document to the publisher style sheet for that publisher (assuming one exists). The result is that an author has a lot less work to do when changing publishers.

This document describes how to edit an XLingPaper publisher style sheet. It assumes that the reader is using the XMLmind XML Editor. Since most users do not need to design publisher style sheets, this documentation is not as detailed as the general user documentation. Making changes to a publisher style sheet is also not necessarily as easy as making changes in an XLingPaper document.

Also, when you need to make a change to a publisher style sheet from your main document, click in the publisher style sheet (it will have a bluish background color) and then use Edit menu item / Reference / Edit Referenced Document (or type Ctrl+Shift+E). After making your changes, save them and then use Edit menu item / Reference / Edit Referencing Document (or type Ctrl+Shift+B). This will take you back to your main document.

Please keep in mind that the way XLingPaper works is that the publisher style sheet gives formatting information for various kinds of XLingPaper elements. If a given XLingPaper document does not happen to have an element that the publisher style sheet describes, that is not a problem. That part of the publisher style sheet is ignored. Thus, the publisher style sheet is a kind of template with many optional components.

This document is organized as follows. The basic page layout information that can be controlled via a publisher style sheet is given in section 2. How to control front matter is shown in section 3. The layout information for the main body of a document is discussed in section 4. The back matter information is in section 5. Information about the document content not already handled in 2 is given in section 6. Common sets of attributes are described in section 7. Finally, there is section 8 which gives hints on how to do things users have asked about. In addition, you can use the Index to look for things. (If you are looking for how to do something and neither section 8 nor the Index help, please write to us to we can add what you were looking for to the documentation.)

2 Page Layout

This section covers the basic layout of pages.

2.1 Page Size and Margins

The size of the page and its margins are set by the items shown in (1). The inside margin value refers to how much space there is on the inside of a page (right-hand side of the left page and the left-hand side of the right page). Similarly, the outside margin value refers to how much space there is on the outside of a page (left-hand side of the left page and the right-hand side of the right page).

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Note that for the Web Page output, you can have the output ignore the page width by clicking on the pageLayout element and setting its ignorePageWidthForWebPageOutput attribute to yes. In this case, there will be no fixed page width in the web page output (i.e. it “fills” the width like the web page output does when there is no associated publisher style sheet). The ignorePageWidthForWebPageOutput attribute is ignored by both the XeLaTeX and the RenderX XEP ways of producing PDF.

Click in the black text to change a value. You may use any of the units of measure given in (2).

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Unit Abbreviation
points pt
inches in
centimeters cm
millimeters mm

There should be no space between the number and the abbreviation.

If you check the “Use thesis submission style, ” then the result will be "single-sided" pages (like in theses and dissertations).

2.2 Paragraph Indents

Any indentation on a paragraph and any indentation (at both ends) for a block quote is controlled by the values shown in example (3).

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You can use the units of measure shown in (2) or ems. The unit of measure used for paragraph indent and for the block quote indent do not have to be the same. Do not put any spaces between the number and the unit.

Indents for hanging indent paragraphs are controlled by the values shown in example (4). These can be overridden by the initialIndent and hangingIndent attributes of any hangingIndent element.

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These use the same units of measure as the paragraph and block quote indents do.

2.3 Line Spacing

You control the line spacing via the items shown in example (5).

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If you choose single spacing (the default), then the check box items are ignored. If you choose either space and a half or double spacing, then you can have the elements listed with check boxes be single spaced (as long as the check box is checked).

Please note that whenever an example is embedded within a table, the line spacing for tables will normally be used, not the line spacing for examples.

2.4 Default Font Information

The default font information for the entire document is set via the items shown in example (6).

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Click in the black portion to change these values. For the font family, type in the font family name.[1] If you need Graphite capability for the default font, set the XeLaTeXSpecial attribute of the defaultFontFamily element to the appropriate values. Note that points are assumed for the basic point size and for the footnote size (i.e. the number must be in terms of points).

2.5 Space between footnote number and footnote content

Some publishers prefer to include extra spacing between the footnote number and its content (at the bottom of the page). If you set the contentBetweenFootnoteNumberAndFootnoteContent attribute of the pageLayout element to contain, say, a space, then this space will appear between the footnote number and the content of the footnote.

2.6 Footnote indent

Some publishers want a specified indent in the footnote text before the (superscript) footnote number. Use the footnoteIndent element to set this value overtly instead of the normal default value. You will need to overtly insert this element (it appears between footnotePointSize and footnoteLine; you will probably have to click on one of these two and then do an insert after or insert before command to get the footnoteIndent element). It will look like this:

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Type your indent in the black portion. Be sure to use a number followed immediately by a unit of measure. You can use the units of measure shown in (2) or ems. Do not put any spaces between the number and the unit.

2.7 Footnote line separator

Many formatted articles and books use a line to separate footnote material from text and other materials on a page. The next item that controls this kind of information is given in example (8).

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Only the RenderX XEP way of producing PDF pays attention to these attributes. Neither the XeLaTeX way of producing PDF nor the XHTML way pay attention to them. The attributes are described in example (9)

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Attribute Possible Values Meaning Examples
leaderlength (user control) This is the length of the leader line given in terms of one of the standard units of measure (see example (2).
2in
5cm
leaderpattern none, space, rule, or dots. This sets the pattern to use for the separator line. rule
leaderwidth (user control) This is the width of the leader line given in terms of one of the standard units of measure (see example (2).
.5pt
.0125in
textalign left, right, start, end, justify, center, inside, or outside. This sets where the line will be aligned. start

2.8 Link layout

XLingPaper has a number of hyper-link elements which can greatly aid a reader in finding material in a document. The link layout portion of a publisher style sheet controls whether or not such a hyper-link should be output in a special color and/or with some special “decoration” (such as an underline). Example (10) shows where to control these.

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If you click on the first line, you can set what the default color and text decoration should be for those links which are to have some of this special marking. The various links are then shown one after the other. Those in gray are turned “off” - that is, they will not show with any special color or marking. Those in black will.

Example (11) shows the attributes you can set.

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Attribute Possible Values Meaning Examples
color (user control) This is the name or special code for the color to use when outputting the link.[2]
blue
#660099
decoration none, underline, overline, line-through, blink, or default. This sets what kind of other decoration to add to the link (many web browsers use underline). underline
showmarking yes or no. Indicates whether or not the link should have color and/or decoration. no

2.9 Header and Footer Layout

You can control what information goes in running headers and footers. For papers, the header and footer information is usually in the page layout section. For books, it is in the front matter layout section as well as in the body layout section, although if a different style is needed for back matter, you can also put one in the back matter. The reasoning is that papers either have one kind of header/footer for every page or at most three kinds of pages: one for the first, another for even-numbered pages and a third for odd-numbered pages. Books tend to have the last three plus the title page, but things like page numbers tend to differ between front matter (usually lower-case roman numerals) and the rest of the book (usually Arabic numbers).

There is a headerFooterPageStyles element. The attributes on this element define the default font information for all of the embedded items. See section “Font Information Attributes” for what these attributes are.

Within this headerFooterPageStyles element, one can have any of the combinations of elements shown in example (12)

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a. headerFooterPage
b. headerFooterFirstPage    headerFooterPage
c. headerFooterOddEvenPages
d. headerFooterFirstPage     headerFooterOddEvenPages

When you use (12a), every page in the document will have the headers and footers indicated in this “regular” style. If you want all pages but the first to have the same header and footer, use the two elements shown in (12b).

To get different header and footer styles for odd and even pages, use (12c). If in addition, you want something different for the first page, then use (12d).

Each of the elements shown in (12) have the attributes given in section “Font Information Attributes” as well as a textalign attribute which has the values shown in example (13).

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Attribute Possible Values Meaning Default Shows in the XMLmind XML Editor
textalign justify, left, right, start, end, or center. This sets how the blurb contents will be aligned horizontally. justify No

The "regular” page header and footer information is shown in example (14). There are two rows. The first is for the header and the second is for the footer. There are three columns. The first is what will show in the left part of the header/footer, the second is what will show in the middle (center) of the header/footer, and the third is what will show in the right part of the header/footer. The left material is left-aligned. The right material is right-aligned.

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What is to be shown in each of these six places is controlled by putting one or more of the elements in the appropriate spot in the table. Example (15) shows the possible elements to put in these six places. When you are editing a style sheet via the XMLmind XML Editor, you will need to click on an item and then do a Replace or Convert operation. Please note that if it is empty (because it is a nothing element, you may have to click to the left (for the left-most cell), the middle (for the middle cell), or to the right (for the right-most cell) in order to select the element.

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Header/Footer elements
Element Description Attributes
chapterInCollectionAuthor When using chapterInCollection elements, if the frontmatter of the chapterInCollection element has a shortauthor element, use it; otherwise use what's in the author element(s). See section “Format Information Attributes”.
chapterNumber The number of the current chapter. See section “Format Information Attributes”.
chapterTitle The shortTitle of the current chapter if present, otherwise the sectionTitle of the current chapter. See section “Format Information Attributes”.
fixedText Insert some fixed text in this part of the header/footer. One can also include things like object, langData, and gloss elements. See section “Font Information Attributes”.
img Show the graphic image referred to by the src attribute. Same attributes as an img element in an XLingPaper document.
nothing Show nothing in this part of the header/footer. None
pageNumber Show the current page number. See section “Format Information Attributes”. It also has
Attribute Possible Values
format
1 for 1,2,3,...10,11,etc.
001 for 001,002,003, etc
A for A, B, C,... AA, AB, etc.
a for a,b,c...aa,ab, etc.
I I, II,III, IV, V, etc.
i for i, ii,iii, iv, v, etc.
restartCount yes (to start over at 1) or no
paperAuthor If shortauthor is present, use it; otherwise use what's in the author element(s) See section “Format Information Attributes”.
paperPublishingBlurb Uses what is in the publishingBlurb element See section “Format Information Attributes”. In addition, verticalAdjustment can be set to a measurement value (e.g. -12pt, 1ex, .125in, etc.) in order to adjust the vertical positioning of the blurb contents.[3]
paperTitle If shortTitle is present, use it; otherwise use the title element See section “Format Information Attributes”.
sectionNumber The number of the current section. See section “Format Information Attributes”.
sectionTitle The shortTitle of the current section if present, otherwise the sectionTitle of the current section. See section “Format Information Attributes”.
volumeAuthorRef (not implemented yet) planned to be the author of a volume See section “Format Information Attributes”.
volumeTitleRef (not implemented yet) planned to be the title of a volume See section “Format Information Attributes”.

The other basic kind of page styles is to use a different first page and also use odd and even pages. This looks something like what is shown in (16). Like for “regular” pages, each of the six slots can be filled with any of the elements given in example (15).

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2.10 Add line numbers to output

When submitting an article for review, some publishers want the PDF to have continuous line numbers throughout the document. Presumably this is to make it easier for reviewers to identify the location in the document for a comment. If you set the showLineNumbers attribute of the pageLayout element to yes, then the default PDF will have line numbers appear in the left margin. Please note that if you installed XLingPaper before version 2.27.0, you will also need to get and install the XeLaTeX upgrade package at http://software.sil.org/xlingpaper/resources/xelatex-upgrade/.

3 Front Matter Layout

This section discusses layouts for front matter. Typically, front matter is different for papers and books. The publisher style sheet for XLingPaper seeks to be flexible enough to handle both situations.

In reading this section, please keep in mind that while a given publisher style sheet often has formatting information for most, if not all, XLingPaper front matter elements, when a given XLingPaper document is formatted per such a publisher style sheet, only those elements contained in the XLingPaper document are actually processed.

With the exception of the title and any subtitle which always come first, the order the other front matter elements appear in the output is given by the order they appear in the front matter section of the publisher style sheet. We therefore describe the title first in section 3.1, but you can rearrange the other elements in any order you wish. These elements are discussed in section 3.2.

3.1 Title Layout

For books, there is often a separate title page containing just the title, followed by another page that has the title and some other information like author. To allow for this, you can begin a front matter layout with a titleHeaderFooterPageStyles element. It determines the headers and footers for the initial title page(s). See section 2.9 for the kinds of elements which can go within the titleHeaderFooterPageStyles element. You can then put the titleLayout element next. If there is a subtitle, you can put a subtitleLayout element either before or after the titleLayout element. The titleLayout has an useFootnoteSymbols attribute. If you set it to yes, then any footnote in the title will use a symbol instead of a number.

After these, you can put the normal front matter header/footer page style information. See section 2.9 for more on these.

For papers, you normally just begin with the titleLayout element. Like for books, you can put a subtitleLayout element either before or after the titleLayout element.

3.2 Other Front Matter Layout Elements

The non-title-related elements can be arranged in any order. Example (17) lists out these publisher style sheet elements.

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Non-title Front Matter elements
Element Description Attributes
authorLayout How the author element is to be formatted. See section “Front Matter Format Information Attributes”.
affiliationLayout How the affiliation element is to be formatted. See section “Front Matter Format Information Attributes”.
emailAddressLayout How the emailAddress element is to be formatted. See section “Front Matter Format Information Attributes”.
authorContactInfoLayout How the authorContactInfo elements are to be formatted. See section “Front Matter Format Information Attributes”.
presentedAtLayout How the presentedAt element is to be formatted. See section “Front Matter Format Information Attributes”.
dateLayout How the date element is to be formatted. See section “Front Matter Format Information Attributes”.
versionLayout How the version element is to be formatted. Note that the content of the version element (and the textbefore and textafter attributes of this versionLayout element) can be in whatever language you are writing your XLingPaper document in. See section “Front Matter Format Information Attributes”.
keywordsLayout How the keywordShownHere element is to be formatted. It also contains one instance of the keywordLayout element which has the attributes given in section “Font Information Attributes”. See section “Title Format Information Attributes”. It also has
Attribute Possible Values
keywordLabelOnSameLineAsKeywords yes or no. This indicates whether or not the list of keywords should appear on the same line as the "Keywords" label. The default is yes.
textBetweenKeywords (User control) Enter the text (including any whitespace) that is to appear between consecutive keywords.
publishingBlurbLayout How the publishingBlurb element is to be formatted. See section “Front Matter Format Information Attributes”.
contentsLayout How the table of contents are to be formatted. For books which are collections of papers (i.e., use chapterInCollection elements instead of chapter elements), the contentsLayout may be immediately followed by an authorLayout element. This authorLayout element specifies how author names are to be formatted on a line immediately below the chapter (i.e. paper) title in the table of contents. See section “Title Format Information Attributes”. It also has
Attribute Possible Values
betweentitleandnumber
dots Use a dotted line between the section title and the page number.
rule Use a solid line (rule) between the section title and the page number.
space Use space between the section title and the page number.
chapterlabel (User control) Only used when usechapterlabelbeforechapters is yes. Use it to use a chapter label other than the default "Chapter".
chapterlineindent (User control) Only used when indentchapterline is yes. Use it to indicate the amount to indent each chapter line. Use a number and a unit of measure (see example (2)); no space between the number and the unit of measure.
indentchapterline yes or no. This indicates whether or not to indent chapter lines. The default is no.
partCentered yes or no. This indicates whether or not to center part lines. The default is yes.
partContentBetweenLabelAndNumber (User control) What to put between the part label and its number. The default is a space.
partContentBetweenNumberAndTitle (User control) What to put between the part number and its title. The default is a space.
partShowPageNumber yes or no. This indicates whether or not to show the page number in part lines. The default is no. A value of yes only works when partCentered is no.
partSpaceAfter (User control) How many points of vertical space to use after the part line. Do not include 'pt'.
partSpaceBefore (User control) How many points of vertical space to use before the part line. Do not include 'pt'.
showbookmarks yes or no. This indicates whether or not to include PDF bookmarks in the output.[4]
showcontents yes or no. This indicates whether or not to include a line for the contents itself in the output. The default is no.
showappendices yes or no. This indicates whether or not to show appendix titles in the table of contents. The default is yes.
showpagenumber yes or no
showsectionsinappendices yes or no. This indicates whether or not to show section titles which are in appendix elements in the table of contents. The default is yes.
singlespaceeachcontentline yes or no. This indicates whether or not to make long content lines wrap using single spacing. This only makes sense when the line spacing of the document is not already set to use single spacing. The default is no.
spacebeforemainsection (User control) Use a number for the amount of points to be inserted before parts and/or chapters.
useappendixlabelbeforeappendixletter yes (inserts the appendix label before the appendix letter in the contents) or no
usechapterlabelbeforechapters yes or no. This indicates whether or not to insert a chapter label before the first chapter is shown in the table of contents. The default is no.
useperiodafterappendixletter yes (inserts a period after the appendix letter in the contents and PDF bookmarks) or no
useperiodafterchapternumber yes or no. This indicates whether or not to insert a period after the chapter number. The default is no.
useperiodaftersectionnumber yes or no. This indicates whether or not to insert a period after the section number. The default is no.
usetext-transformofitem yes or no. This indicates whether or not to use any text-transform attribute of a front or back matter item when producing the contents for those items. The default is no.
acknowledgementsLayout How the acknowledgements element is to be formatted. See section “Title Format Information Attributes”.
prefaceLayout How the preface element is to be formatted. See section “Title Format Information Attributes”.
abstractLayout How the abstract element is to be formatted. See section “Title Format Information Attributes”. It also has
Attribute Possible Values
useLabel yes (to show the label) or no (to not show the label)
abstractTextFontInfo How to format the contents of (i.e text within) an abstract.. See section “Font Information Attributes”. It also has
Attribute Possible Values
end-indent (User control) Indicates the indent at the right edge. Use a number and a unit of measure (see example (2)); no space between the number and the unit of measure.
start-indent (User control) Indicates the indent at the left edge. Use a number and a unit of measure (see example (2)); no space between the number and the unit of measure.
textalign left, right, start, end, justify, center, inside, or outside.

Some of the XLingPaper front matter elements can occur more than once in a document (i.e author, affiliation, emailAddress and preface). If you have only one publisher style sheet layout element for these, then all instances of them will use the same formatting. If you have two or more publisher style sheet layout elements for any of these, then the first will be used for the first instance in the document, the second for the second, etc. If there are more instances in the document than there are corresponding publisher style sheet layout elements, then the last publisher style sheet layout element will be used for all of the extra instances in the document.

3.2.1 Author Contact Info Layout

Each author contact information item will be formatted in a vertical list. For the default way of producing PDF, each such vertical list is justified horizontally, with any extra ones automatically wrapping (for cases where there are many authors). For the other outputs, each such vertical list is formatted in a single table and, if there are many authors, it may run off the page.

The content of each vertical list is controlled by the set of elements contained within the authorContactInfoLayout element. The possible elements are shown in example (18).

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Author Contact Info elements
Element Description Attributes
contactNameLayout How the contactName element is to be formatted. See section “Front Matter Format Information Attributes”. This also has the pagebreakbefore and startonoddpage attributes described in section “Title Format Information Attributes”.
contactAffiliationLayout How the contactAffiliation element is to be formatted. See section “Front Matter Format Information Attributes”.
contactAddressLayout How the contactAddress element is to be formatted. See section “Front Matter Format Information Attributes”.
contactPhoneLayout How the contactPhone element is to be formatted. See section “Front Matter Format Information Attributes”.
contactEmailLayout How the contactEmail element is to be formatted. See section “Front Matter Format Information Attributes”.
contactElectronicLayout How the contactElectronic element is to be formatted. See section “Front Matter Format Information Attributes”.

In addition, the authorContactInfoLayout element has one attribute: textalign. This has the values shown in section 7.3 here. Note that these only work with the XeLaTeX way of producing PDF and, in addition, only work when there is but one authorContactInfo element.

4 Body Layout

This section discusses layouts for the main body of the document. For papers, this is just how the six section level elements are to be formatted. For books, you may normally want to first describe the header and footer styles for pages in the body and the back matter (unless you overtly give other header and footer style information in the back matter section). Then you can define how to format parts, chapters, and the six section levels.

For the special case of a book which is a collection of papers (i.e. it uses chapterInCollection elements instead of chapter elements), one can also describe how to format front matter and back matter embedded within each chapter. These often have different formatting than the front matter and back matter for the entire book.

All of the kinds of layouts in the body portion of a document are numbered (except, of course, for any embedded front matter and/or back matter). In some styles, one wants to format the number in a different way than the title. In other cases, one wants the number to be formatted the same way. XLingPaper allows both ways. If you need to format the number differently, then you use a numberLayout element along with the corresponding title element for the type of element being formatted (part, chapter, section1, ..., section6).

4.1 Header and Footer Styles for the Body

To set the header and footer styles for the material in the body of the document, insert a headerFooterPageStyles element at the beginning of the body layout section. See section 2.9 for information on how to set the header and footer content.

4.2 Embedded Front Matter in a Chapter in a Collection

For the special case of a book which is a collection of papers (i.e. it uses chapterInCollection elements instead of chapter elements), one can use the chapterInCollectionFrontMatterLayout element. It contains instances of the normal front matter layout elements described in section 3.2. These layout elements define how any front matter items embedded within the chapter are to be formatted.

4.3 Part Layout

For books, which can have parts, you can describe how to format the part number and title. The partLayout element contains a partTitleLayout element and an optional numberLayout element. Both of these have “title format information” attributes. See section 7.4 for more on these attributes.

4.4 Chapter Layout

For books, which have chapters, you can describe how to format the chapter number and title. The chapterLayout element contains a chapterTitleLayout element and an optional numberLayout element. Both of these have “title format information” attributes. See section 7.4 for more on these attributes.

In addition the chapterLayout element itself has one attribute as shown in example (19).

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Attribute Possible Values
firstParagraphHasIndent yes or no. This indicates whether or not the first paragraph of the chapter has a normal paragraph indent. If the value is no, then the first paragraph will not have any indent.
resetEndnoteNumbering yes or no. This indicates whether or not the endnote/footnote numbering should be reset at the beginning of each chapter. If the value is no, then endnote/footnote numbering will be continuous through the document. The default value is yes.

The chapterTitleLayout element also has the attributes given in (20).

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Attribute Possible Values
textafternumber Enter any custom text material you need to appear after the chapter number.
useFootnoteSymbols yes or no. This indicates whether or not the endnote/footnote numbering should use symbols instead of numbers. If the value is no, then endnote/footnote numbering will use digits. Otherwise, it will use symbols. The default value is no. This only works within a chapterInCollection element.

4.5 Chapter in Collection Layout

For books which are collections of papers (i.e., use chapterInCollection elements instead of chapter elements), you can describe how to format the chapter number and title. The chapterInCollectionLayout element contains a chapterTitleLayout element and an optional numberLayout element. Both of these have “title format information” attributes. See section 7.4 for more on these attributes.

In addition the chapterInCollectionLayout element itself has one attribute as shown in example (21).

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Attribute Possible Values
firstParagraphHasIndent yes or no. This indicates whether or not the first paragraph of the chapter has a normal paragraph indent. If the value is no, then the first paragraph will not have any indent.

4.6 Section Level Layouts

For sections, each level has its own section layout element. Within this layout element, one has a sectionTitleLayout and an optional numberLayout. The sectionTitleLayout element indicates how the title is to be formatted while the numberLayout element indicates how the number of the section is to be formatted.

The attributes for the main section layout elements (i.e. section1Layout, section2Layout, section3Layout, section4Layout, section5Layout, and section6Layout) are shown in example (22).

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Attribute Possible Values
beginsparagraph yes or no. This indicates whether or not the section number and title begin a paragraph (yes) or appear as a distinct line (or two) before the first paragraph of the section (no).
ignore yes or no. This indicates whether the section level is to even show its number and title in the formatted output (yes) or not (no).
showInHeader yes or no. This indicates whether or not the section is to appear (yes) or not appear (no) in the running header. Default is yes.
showNumber yes or no. This indicates whether or not the section number is to appear (yes) or not appear (no) in the formatted output.
firstParagraphHasIndent yes or no. This indicates whether or not the first paragraph of the section has a normal paragraph indent. If the value is no, then the first paragraph will not have any indent.

In addition the section1Layout element has an attribute startSection1NumberingAtZero which can be set to either yes or no. The default value is no. If it is set to yes, then the first section level one element will have a number of 0 (zero), the second will have a number of 1, etc.

The attributes for the embedded sectionTitleLayout element and any numberLayout element are given in section 7.4. In addition, the sectionTitleLayout element has another attribute: useperiodafternumber. If there is no numberLayout element and you need to have a period appear after the section number, set useperiodafternumber to yes.

4.7 Embedded Back Matter in a Chapter in a Collection

For the special case of a book which is a collection of papers (i.e. it uses chapterInCollection elements instead of chapter elements), one can use the chapterInCollectionBackMatterLayout element. It contains instances of many of the normal back matter layout elements described in section 5. These layout elements define how any back matter items embedded within the chapter are to be formatted. Note that there is no instance of headerFooterPageStyles since the paging used will be that of the body. In addition, for references, one only uses the referencesTitleLayout element. The formatting of the reference material itself uses the reference formatting of the entire volume (this guarantees consistency throughout the volume).

Finally, there is no indexLayout. The assumption is that if the volume has an index, it will be for the entire volume, not for a given paper/chapter.

5 Back Matter Layout

This section discusses layouts for back matter. In reading this section, please keep in mind that while a given publisher style sheet often has formatting information for most, if not all, XLingPaper back matter elements, when a given XLingPaper document is formatted per such a publisher style sheet, only those elements contained in the XLingPaper document are actually processed.

Normally, the header and footer page styles of the back matter is the same as that of the body of the document. If you need different header and footer styles for the material in the back matter, insert a headerFooterPageStyles element at the beginning of the back matter layout section. See section 2.9 for information on how to set the header and footer content.

The order the back matter elements appear in the output is given by the order they appear in the back matter section of the publisher style sheet. Example (23) lists out these publisher style sheet elements.

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Back Matter elements
Element Description Attributes
acknowledgementsLayout How the acknowledgements element is to be formatted. See section “Title Format Information Attributes”. In addition this element has a showAsFootnoteAtEndOfAbstract attribute which has two values: yes and no. The default value is no. If it is set to yes, then the contents of the acknowledgements will be shown as a footnote at the end of the abstract. The footnote “number” used will be an asterisk.
appendicesTitlePageLayout How a special "Appendices" page is to be formatted. See section 5.1. See section “Front Matter Format Information Attributes”.
appendixLayout How the appendix element is to be formatted. See section 5.2. See section “Front Matter Format Information Attributes”.
glossaryLayout How the glossary element is to be formatted. See section “Title Format Information Attributes”.
useEndNotesLayout If this is present, then all endnote elements appear as endnotes. Otherwise, they appear as footnotes.[5] See section “Title Format Information Attributes”.
referencesTitleLayout How the references element is to be formatted. See section “Title Format Information Attributes”.
referencesLayout How reference material is to be formatted. This needs its own section. See section 5.3.  
contentsLayout How the contents element is to be formatted when it needs to appear in the back matter. (We expect that a given document will have at most one table of contents so you should either have a contentsLayout element in the frontMatterLayout element or in the backMatterLayout element, but not both.) See the information on contents layout in the front matter, section 3.2.
keywordsLayout How the keywordShownHere element is to be formatted. It also contains one instance of the keywordLayout element which has the attributes given in section “Font Information Attributes”. See section “Title Format Information Attributes”. It also has
Attribute Possible Values
keywordLabelOnSameLineAsKeywords yes or no. This indicates whether or not the list of keywords should appear on the same line as the "Keywords" label. The default is yes.
textBetweenKeywords (User control) Enter the text (including any whitespace) that is to appear between consecutive keywords.
indexLayout How the index element is to be formatted. See section “Title Format Information Attributes” In addition this element has three other attributes: (these only work for the XeLaTeX way of producing PDF).
Attribute Possible Values
defaultfontize The font size (in points) or a percentage. Use a number followed immediately by 'pt' or '%'.
doubleColumnSeparation The horizontal space to use between the two columns. Use a number followed immediately by a unit of measure (see (2)). This is ignored if useDoubleColumns is no.
useDoubleColumns yes or no. The default is no. When set to yes, the index will start on a new page.

Some of the XLingPaper back matter elements can occur more than once in a document (i.e., appendix, glossary, and index). If you have only one publisher style sheet layout element for these, then all instances of them will use the same formatting. If you have two or more publisher style sheet layout elements for any of these, then the first will be used for the first instance in the document, the second for the second, etc. If there are more instances in the document than there are corresponding publisher style sheet layout elements, then the last publisher style sheet layout element will be used for all of the extra instances in the document.

5.1 Appendices Title Page Layout

Some publishers or educational institutions want a separate page containing the words “Appendices” before the first appendix (when there are more than one). You can describe how to format this appendices title page via the appendicesTitlePageLayout element. It has “title format information” attributes. See section 7.4 for more on these attributes.

In addition the appendicesTitlePageLayout element itself has one other attribute as shown in example (24).

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Attribute Possible Values
label Use this to override the default label of “Appendices”.

5.2 Appendix Layout

You can describe how to format the appendix “number” and title. The appendixLayout element contains an appendixTitleLayout element and an optional numberLayout element. XLingPaper expects the latter to be used with books. Both of these have “title format information” attributes. See section 7.4 for more on these attributes.

In addition the appendixLayout element itself has one attribute as shown in example (25).

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Attribute Possible Values
firstParagraphHasIndent yes or no. This indicates whether or not the first paragraph of the chapter has a normal paragraph indent. If the value is no, then the first paragraph will not have any indent.

Also, the appendixTitleLayout element itself has two other attributes as shown in example (26).

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Attribute Possible Values
showletter yes or no. This indicates whether or not to show the appendix letter.
textafterletter This contains any text you want to occur after the letter (for example, a period and a space). This is especially pertinent when no numberLayout element is used. In this case, the letter is prepended before the title and whatever text material is in this attribute will appear between the letter and the title.

5.3 References Layout

This section outlines how to control the way reference material is to be formatted in a references section of a document. The key idea to keep in mind when creating reference layout information in an XLingPaper publisher style sheet is that the layout elements are used to define patterns. When a given referenced work is to be output, XLingPaper compares the information in the referenced XLingPaper refWork element to these patterns and uses the pattern that matches the information in the referenced work. If no pattern is found, then XLingPaper will output a message for this work indicating that no pattern was found and also indicating which elements the referenced work needs to be in a pattern. You can then use this message information to construct the missing pattern.

We recommend ordering the patterns for a given layout in longest first order.

Unlike other items in the back matter, the reference layout information must be ordered in a pre-specifed way. Each subsection below describes each one of these elements in turn. In the tables, there are four columns. The first gives the element name used in the publisher style sheet. The second describes what that element controls. The third refers to the set of attributes that element has for controlling formatting. The fourth gives the canned text that will appear for this element in the XMLmind XML Editor.

In addition, section 5.3.16 delineates the attributes which can be on the referencesLayout element itself.

5.3.1 Author layouts

The refAuthorLayouts element contains one or more refAuthorLayout elements, each of which provides a pattern for the author- and date-related information of a referenced work. An author pattern defined within a refAuthorLayout can consist of one or more of the elements given in example (27).

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Reference Author layout elements
Element Description Attributes Canned Text in the XMLmind XML Editor
refAuthorItem How the refAuthor element is to be formatted. See section “Format Information Attributes”. Doe, John F.
authorRoleItem How the authorRole element is to be formatted. See section “Format Information Attributes”. Illustrator
refDateItem How the refDate element is to be formatted. See section “Title Format Information Attributes”. 1987

After the set of refAuthorLayout elements, one may also insert a refAuthorLastNameLayout element. This controls the layout of any refAuthorLastName elements. See section “Font Information Attributes” for the available options.

5.3.2 Article in a Journal Layouts

The articleLayouts element contains one or more articleLayout elements, each of which provides a pattern for the information of an article referenced work. An article pattern defined within an articleLayout can consist of one or more of the elements given in example (28).

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Article layout elements
Element Description Attributes Canned Text in the XMLmind XML Editor
refTitleItem How the refTitle element is to be formatted. See section “Format Information Attributes”. It also has
Attribute Possible Values
form
capitals Use the form of the title which has initial capital letters throughout the title.
lowercase Use the form of the title which only capitalized the first word of the title (and proper names).
Title of the Work
jTitleItem How the jTitle element is to be formatted. See section “Format Information Attributes”. Linguistic Inquiry
jVolItem How the jVol element is to be formatted. See section “Format Information Attributes”. XXI
jIssueNumberItem How the jIssueNumber element is to be formatted. See section “Format Information Attributes”. 2
jPagesItem How the jPages element is to be formatted. See section “Format Information Attributes”. 189-212
jArticleNumberItem How the jArticleNumber element is to be formatted. See section “Format Information Attributes”. 004
reprintInfoItem How the reprintInfo element is to be formatted. See section “Format Information Attributes”. Reprint information
locationPublisherLayoutsRef This refers to the common set of patterns for location and/or publisher elements, if any. See section “Location and/or Publisher Layouts”.   See location/publisher layouts below for the rest.
urlDateAccessedLayoutsRef This refers to the common set of patterns for url and/or dateAccessed and/or doi elements, if any. See section “URL and/or Date Accessed Layouts”.   See url/dateAccessed layouts below for the rest.
iso639-3codeItemRef This refers to the common pattern for iso639-3code elements, if any. See section “ISO 639-3 Code Layout”.   see iso639-3Item below

For backwards compatibility purposes, there also are two other elements: urlItem and dateAccessedItem. You are advised, however, to not use either of these elements directly. Instead, use the urlDateAccessedLayoutsRef element. It will mean defining fewer patterns.

5.3.3 Book Layouts

The bookLayouts element contains one or more bookLayout elements, each of which provides a pattern for the information of a book referenced work. A book pattern defined within a bookLayout can consist of one or more of the elements given in example (29).

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Book layout elements
Element Description Attributes Canned Text in the XMLmind XML Editor
refTitleItem How the refTitle element is to be formatted. See section “Format Information Attributes”. It also has
Attribute Possible Values
form
capitals Use the form of the title which has initial capital letters throughout the title.
lowercase Use the form of the title which only capitalized the first word of the title (and proper names).
Title of the Work
translatedByItem How the translatedBy element is to be formatted. See section “Format Information Attributes”. Montero, Miguel
bVolItem How the bVol element is to be formatted. See section “Format Information Attributes”. Volume II
editionItem How the edition element is to be formatted. See section “Format Information Attributes”. 2nd
seriesEdItem How the seriesEd element is to be formatted. See section “Format Information Attributes”. It also has
Attribute Possible Values
appendEdAbbreviation
yes Append “, ed.” or “, eds.” automatically. The first one is used if the plural attribute of the seriesEd element is set to no.
no Do not append any text.
edTextPlural If appendEdAbbreviation is set to yes and you need to control what the plural “eds” text material is, put it here.
edTextSingular If appendEdAbbreviation is set to yes and you need to control what the singular “ed” text material is, put it here.
edTextafter If appendEdAbbreviation is set to yes and you need to control what comes before and after the “ed” or “eds”, put the ‘after’ text material here.
edTextbefore If appendEdAbbreviation is set to yes and you need to control what comes before and after the “ed” or “eds”, put the ‘before’ text material here.
Patok, Mary Anne and James Verdun
seriesItem How the series element is to be formatted. See section “Format Information Attributes”. Occasional Publications in Academic Computing No. 16
multivolumeWorkItem How the multivolumeWork element is to be formatted. See section “Format Information Attributes”. Languages of Iberia
bookTotalPagesItem How the bookTotalPages element is to be formatted. See section “Format Information Attributes”. 456
reprintInfoItem How the reprintInfo element is to be formatted. See section “Format Information Attributes”. Reprint information
locationPublisherLayoutsRef This refers to the common set of patterns for location and/or publisher elements, if any. See section “Location and/or Publisher Layouts”.   See location/publisher layouts below for the rest.
urlDateAccessedLayoutsRef This refers to the common set of patterns for url and/or dateAccessed and/or doi elements, if any. See section “URL and/or Date Accessed Layouts”.   See url/dateAccessed layouts below for the rest.
iso639-3codeItemRef This refers to the common pattern for iso639-3code elements, if any. See section “ISO 639-3 Code Layout”.   see iso639-3Item below

For backwards compatibility purposes, there also are two other elements: urlItem and dateAccessedItem. You are advised, however, to not use either of these elements directly. Instead, use the urlDateAccessedLayoutsRef element. It will mean defining fewer patterns.

5.3.4 Paper in a Collection Layouts

The collectionLayouts element has one attribute: flipFirstAuthorName which can have one of two values: yes or no. The default is yes. If the value is no, then collection editors' names are not reversed, but will appear in the order they occur in the corresponding refAuthor element.

The collectionLayouts element contains one or more collectionLayout elements, each of which provides a pattern for the information of a collection referenced work. A paper in a collection pattern defined within a collectionLayout can consist of one or more of the elements given in example (30).

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Paper in a collection layout elements
Element Description Attributes Canned Text in the XMLmind XML Editor
refTitleItem How the refTitle element is to be formatted. See section “Format Information Attributes”. It also has
Attribute Possible Values
form
capitals Use the form of the title which has initial capital letters throughout the title.
lowercase Use the form of the title which only capitalized the first word of the title (and proper names).
Title of the Work
collEdItem How the collEd element is to be formatted. See section “Format Information Attributes”. It also has
Attribute Possible Values
appendEdAbbreviation
yes Append “, ed.” or “, eds.” automatically. The first one is used if the plural attribute of the seriesEd element is set to no.
no Do not append any text.
edTextPlural If appendEdAbbreviation is set to yes and you need to control what the plural “eds” text material is, put it here.
edTextSingular If appendEdAbbreviation is set to yes and you need to control what the singular “ed” text material is, put it here.
edTextafter If appendEdAbbreviation is set to yes and you need to control what comes before and after the “ed” or “eds”, put the ‘after’ text material here.
edTextbefore If appendEdAbbreviation is set to yes and you need to control what comes before and after the “ed” or “eds”, put the ‘before’ text material here.
Samson, James and Mary LeBar
collTitleItem How the collTitle element is to be formatted. See section “Format Information Attributes”. Title of the Collection
collVolItem How the collVol element is to be formatted. See section “Format Information Attributes”. IV
editionItem How the edition element is to be formatted. See section “Format Information Attributes”. 2nd
collPagesItem How the collPages element is to be formatted. See section “Format Information Attributes”. 45-89
bVolItem How the bVol element is to be formatted. See section “Format Information Attributes”. Volume II
seriesEdItem How the seriesEd element is to be formatted. See section “Format Information Attributes”. It also has
Attribute Possible Values
appendEdAbbreviation
yes Append “, ed.” or “, eds.” automatically. The first one is used if the plural attribute of the seriesEd element is set to no.
no Do not append any text.
Patok, Mary Anne and James Verdun
seriesItem How the series element is to be formatted. See section “Format Information Attributes”. Occasional Publications in Academic Computing No. 16
multivolumeWorkItem How the multivolumeWork element is to be formatted. See section “Format Information Attributes”. Languages of Iberia
collCitationItem How the collCitation element is to be formatted. See section “Format Information Attributes”. Samson and LeBar
authorRoleItem How the authorRole element is to be formatted. See section “Format Information Attributes”. Illustrator
reprintInfoItem How the reprintInfo element is to be formatted. See section “Format Information Attributes”. Reprint information
locationPublisherLayoutsRef This refers to the common set of patterns for location and/or publisher elements, if any. See section “Location and/or Publisher Layouts”.   See location/publisher layouts below for the rest.
urlDateAccessedLayoutsRef This refers to the common set of patterns for url and/or dateAccessed and/or doi elements, if any. See section “URL and/or Date Accessed Layouts”.   See url/dateAccessed layouts below for the rest.
iso639-3codeItemRef This refers to the common pattern for iso639-3code elements, if any. See section “ISO 639-3 Code Layout”.   see iso639-3Item below

For backwards compatibility purposes, there also are two other elements: urlItem and dateAccessedItem. You are advised, however, to not use either of these elements directly. Instead, use the urlDateAccessedLayoutsRef element. It will mean defining fewer patterns.

5.3.5 Dissertation Layouts

The dissertationLayouts element contains one or more dissertationLayout elements, each of which provides a pattern for the information of a dissertation referenced work. A dissertation pattern defined within a dissertationLayout can consist of one or more of the elements given in example (31). Please note that every dissertation pattern is expected to have a dissertationLabelItem element in it.

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Dissertation layout elements
Element Description Attributes Canned Text in the XMLmind XML Editor
refTitleItem How the refTitle element is to be formatted. See section “Format Information Attributes”. It also has
Attribute Possible Values
form
capitals Use the form of the title which has initial capital letters throughout the title.
lowercase Use the form of the title which only capitalized the first word of the title (and proper names).
Title of the Work
dissertationLabelItem How the “Ph.D. dissertation” label is to be formatted. See section “Format Information Attributes”. It also has
Attribute Possible Values
label (User control) What the content of the label should be. If this attribute is missing, then “Ph.D. dissertation” is used.
Ph.D. dissertation
locationItem How the location element is to be formatted. See section “Format Information Attributes”. Chicago
institutionItem How the institution element is to be formatted. See section “Format Information Attributes”. University of My Home Town
reprintInfoItem How the reprintInfo element is to be formatted. See section “Format Information Attributes”. Reprint information
publishedLayoutRef This refers to the common set of patterns for published dissertations and theses. See section “Published Dissertation or Thesis Layout”.   See published layout below for the rest.
urlDateAccessedLayoutsRef This refers to the common set of patterns for url and/or dateAccessed and/or doi elements, if any. See section “URL and/or Date Accessed Layouts”.   See url/dateAccessed layouts below for the rest.
iso639-3codeItemRef This refers to the common pattern for iso639-3code elements, if any. See section “ISO 639-3 Code Layout”.   see iso639-3Item below

For backwards compatibility purposes, there also are two other elements: urlItem and dateAccessedItem. You are advised, however, to not use either of these elements directly. Instead, use the urlDateAccessedLayoutsRef element. It will mean defining fewer patterns.

5.3.6 Field Notes Layouts

The fieldNotesLayouts element contains one or more fieldNotesLayout elements, each of which provides a pattern for the information of a fieldNotes referenced work. A field notes pattern defined within a fieldNotesLayout can consist of one or more of the elements given in example (32).

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Field notes layout elements
Element Description Attributes Canned Text in the XMLmind XML Editor
refTitleItem How the refTitle element is to be formatted. See section “Format Information Attributes”. It also has
Attribute Possible Values
form
capitals Use the form of the title which has initial capital letters throughout the title.
lowercase Use the form of the title which only capitalized the first word of the title (and proper names).
Title of the Work
locationItem How the location element is to be formatted. See section “Format Information Attributes”. Chicago
institutionItem How the institution element is to be formatted. See section “Format Information Attributes”. University of My Home Town
urlDateAccessedLayoutsRef This refers to the common set of patterns for url and/or dateAccessed and/or doi elements, if any. See section “URL and/or Date Accessed Layouts”.   See url/dateAccessed layouts below for the rest.
iso639-3codeItemRef This refers to the common pattern for iso639-3code elements, if any. See section “ISO 639-3 Code Layout”.   see iso639-3Item below

For backwards compatibility purposes, there also are two other elements: urlItem and dateAccessedItem. You are advised, however, to not use either of these elements directly. Instead, use the urlDateAccessedLayoutsRef element. It will mean defining fewer patterns.

5.3.7 Manuscript Layouts

The msLayouts element contains one or more msLayout elements, each of which provides a pattern for the information of a ms referenced work. A manuscript pattern defined within a msLayout can consist of one or more of the elements given in example (33).

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Manuscript layout elements
Element Description Attributes Canned Text in the XMLmind XML Editor
refTitleItem How the refTitle element is to be formatted. See section “Format Information Attributes”. It also has
Attribute Possible Values
form
capitals Use the form of the title which has initial capital letters throughout the title.
lowercase Use the form of the title which only capitalized the first word of the title (and proper names).
Title of the Work
locationItem How the location element is to be formatted. See section “Format Information Attributes”. Chicago
institutionItem How the institution element is to be formatted. See section “Format Information Attributes”. University of My Home Town
urlDateAccessedLayoutsRef This refers to the common set of patterns for url and/or dateAccessed and/or doi elements, if any. See section “URL and/or Date Accessed Layouts”.   See url/dateAccessed layouts below for the rest.
iso639-3codeItemRef This refers to the common pattern for iso639-3code elements, if any. See section “ISO 639-3 Code Layout”.   see iso639-3Item below

For backwards compatibility purposes, there also are two other elements: urlItem and dateAccessedItem. You are advised, however, to not use either of these elements directly. Instead, use the urlDateAccessedLayoutsRef element. It will mean defining fewer patterns.

5.3.8 Paper Presented at a Conference Layouts

The paperLayouts element contains one or more paperLayout elements, each of which provides a pattern for the information of a paper referenced work. A paper presented at a conference pattern defined within a paperLayout can consist of one or more of the elements given in example (34).

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Paper presented at a conference layout elements
Element Description Attributes Canned Text in the XMLmind XML Editor
refTitleItem How the refTitle element is to be formatted. See section “Format Information Attributes”. It also has
Attribute Possible Values
form
capitals Use the form of the title which has initial capital letters throughout the title.
lowercase Use the form of the title which only capitalized the first word of the title (and proper names).
Title of the Work
conferenceItem How the conference element is to be formatted. See section “Format Information Attributes”. Name of the Conference
locationItem How the location element is to be formatted. See section “Format Information Attributes”. Chicago
urlDateAccessedLayoutsRef This refers to the common set of patterns for url and/or dateAccessed and/or doi elements, if any. See section “URL and/or Date Accessed Layouts”.   See url/dateAccessed layouts below for the rest.
iso639-3codeItemRef This refers to the common pattern for iso639-3code elements, if any. See section “ISO 639-3 Code Layout”.   see iso639-3Item below

For backwards compatibility purposes, there also are two other elements: urlItem and dateAccessedItem. You are advised, however, to not use either of these elements directly. Instead, use the urlDateAccessedLayoutsRef element. It will mean defining fewer patterns.

5.3.9 Paper in a Proceedings Volume Layouts

The proceedingsLayouts element contains one or more proceedingsLayout elements, each of which provides a pattern for the information of a proceedings referenced work. A paper in a proceedings volume pattern defined within a proceedingsLayout can consist of one or more of the elements given in example (35).

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Paper in a proceedings volume layout elements
Element Description Attributes Canned Text in the XMLmind XML Editor
refTitleItem How the refTitle element is to be formatted. See section “Format Information Attributes”. It also has
Attribute Possible Values
form
capitals Use the form of the title which has initial capital letters throughout the title.
lowercase Use the form of the title which only capitalized the first word of the title (and proper names).
Title of the Work
procEdItem How the procEd element is to be formatted. See section “Format Information Attributes”. It also has
Attribute Possible Values
appendEdAbbreviation
yes Append “, ed.” or “, eds.” automatically. The first one is used if the plural attribute of the seriesEd element is set to no.
no Do not append any text.
edTextPlural If appendEdAbbreviation is set to yes and you need to control what the plural “eds” text material is, put it here.
edTextSingular If appendEdAbbreviation is set to yes and you need to control what the singular “ed” text material is, put it here.
edTextafter If appendEdAbbreviation is set to yes and you need to control what comes before and after the “ed” or “eds”, put the ‘after’ text material here.
edTextbefore If appendEdAbbreviation is set to yes and you need to control what comes before and after the “ed” or “eds”, put the ‘before’ text material here.
Barack, Hashem and Noel James
procTitleItem How the procTitle element is to be formatted. See section “Format Information Attributes”. Proceedings of the Ninth Meeting
procVolItem How the procVol element is to be formatted. See section “Format Information Attributes”. IX
procPagesItem How the procPages element is to be formatted. See section “Format Information Attributes”. 54-65
procCitationItem How the procCitation element is to be formatted. See section “Format Information Attributes”. Barack and James
authorRoleItem How the authorRole element is to be formatted. See section “Format Information Attributes”. Illustrator
reprintInfoItem How the reprintInfo element is to be formatted. See section “Format Information Attributes”. Reprint information
locationPublisherLayoutsRef This refers to the common set of patterns for location and/or publisher elements, if any. See section “Location and/or Publisher Layouts”.   See location/publisher layouts below for the rest.
urlDateAccessedLayoutsRef This refers to the common set of patterns for url and/or dateAccessed and/or doi elements, if any. See section “URL and/or Date Accessed Layouts”.   See url/dateAccessed layouts below for the rest.
iso639-3codeItemRef This refers to the common pattern for iso639-3code elements, if any. See section “ISO 639-3 Code Layout”.   see iso639-3Item below

For backwards compatibility purposes, there also are two other elements: urlItem and dateAccessedItem. You are advised, however, to not use either of these elements directly. Instead, use the urlDateAccessedLayoutsRef element. It will mean defining fewer patterns.

5.3.10 Thesis Layouts

The thesisLayouts element contains one or more thesisLayout elements, each of which provides a pattern for the information of a thesis referenced work. A thesis pattern defined within a thesisLayout can consist of one or more of the elements given in example (36). Please note that every thesis pattern is expected to have a thesisLabelItem element in it.

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Thesis layout elements
Element Description Attributes Canned Text in the XMLmind XML Editor
refTitleItem How the refTitle element is to be formatted. See section “Format Information Attributes”. It also has
Attribute Possible Values
form
capitals Use the form of the title which has initial capital letters throughout the title.
lowercase Use the form of the title which only capitalized the first word of the title (and proper names).
Title of the Work
thesisLabelItem How the “M.A. thesis” label is to be formatted. See section “Format Information Attributes”. It also has
Attribute Possible Values
label (User control) What the content of the label should be. If this attribute is missing, then “M.A. thesis” is used.
M.A. thesis
locationItem How the location element is to be formatted. See section “Format Information Attributes”. Chicago
institutionItem How the institution element is to be formatted. See section “Format Information Attributes”. University of My Home Town
reprintInfoItem How the reprintInfo element is to be formatted. See section “Format Information Attributes”. Reprint information
publishedLayoutRef This refers to the common set of patterns for published dissertations and theses. See section “Published Dissertation or Thesis Layout”.   See published layout below for the rest.
urlDateAccessedLayoutsRef This refers to the common set of patterns for url and/or dateAccessed and/or doi elements, if any. See section “URL and/or Date Accessed Layouts”.   See url/dateAccessed layouts below for the rest.
iso639-3codeItemRef This refers to the common pattern for iso639-3code elements, if any. See section “ISO 639-3 Code Layout”.   see iso639-3Item below

For backwards compatibility purposes, there also are two other elements: urlItem and dateAccessedItem. You are advised, however, to not use either of these elements directly. Instead, use the urlDateAccessedLayoutsRef element. It will mean defining fewer patterns.

5.3.11 Web Page Layouts

The webPageLayouts element contains one or more webPageLayout elements, each of which provides a pattern for the information of a webPage referenced work. A web page pattern defined within a webPageLayout can consist of one or more of the elements given in example (37).

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Web page layout elements
Element Description Attributes Canned Text in the XMLmind XML Editor
refTitleItem How the refTitle element is to be formatted. See section “Format Information Attributes”. It also has
Attribute Possible Values
form
capitals Use the form of the title which has initial capital letters throughout the title.
lowercase Use the form of the title which only capitalized the first word of the title (and proper names).
Title of the Work
editionItem How the edition element is to be formatted. See section “Format Information Attributes”. 2nd
locationItem How the location element is to be formatted. See section “Format Information Attributes”. Chicago
institutionItem How the institution element is to be formatted. See section “Format Information Attributes”. University of My Home Town
publisherItem How the publisher element is to be formatted. See section “Format Information Attributes”. University of Chicago Press
urlDateAccessedLayoutsRef This refers to the common set of patterns for url and/or dateAccessed and/or doi elements, if any. See section “URL and/or Date Accessed Layouts”.   See url/dateAccessed layouts below for the rest.
iso639-3codeItemRef This refers to the common pattern for iso639-3code elements, if any. See section “ISO 639-3 Code Layout”.   see iso639-3Item below

For backwards compatibility purposes, there also are two other elements: urlItem and dateAccessedItem. You are advised, however, to not use either of these elements directly. Instead, use the urlDateAccessedLayoutsRef element. It will mean defining fewer patterns.

5.3.12 Published Dissertation or Thesis Layout

The section describes the publishedLayout element which is used to create a common pattern for published dissertations and theses. The pattern consists of one or more of the elements given in example (38).

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Published information layout elements
Element Description Attributes Canned Text in the XMLmind XML Editor
locationPublisherLayoutsRef This refers to the common set of patterns for location and/or publisher elements, if any. See section “Location and/or Publisher Layouts”.   See location/publisher layouts below for the rest.
pubDateItem How the pubDate element is to be formatted. See section “Format Information Attributes”. 1995

5.3.13 Location and/or Publisher Layouts

The locationPublisherLayouts element contains one or more locationPublisherLayout elements, each of which provides a pattern for the information of those reference work elements that contain a location and/or publisher element or neither. A locationPublisherLayout can consist of one or more of the elements given in example (39).

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Location/publisher layout elements
Element Description Attributes Canned Text in the XMLmind XML Editor
locationItem How the location element is to be formatted. See section “Format Information Attributes”. Chicago
publisherItem How the publisher element is to be formatted. See section “Format Information Attributes”. University of Chicago Press
missingItem Used to match a pattern where the reference work has neither a location nor a publisher element. None. missing

5.3.14 URL and/or Date Accessed Layouts

The urlDateAccessedLayouts element contains one or more urlDateAccessedLayout elements, each of which provides a pattern for the information of those reference work elements that contain a url and/or dateAccessed element and/or doi element or none of these. A urlDateAccessedLayout can consist of one or more of the elements given in example (40).

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Url/date accessed layout elements
Element Description Attributes Canned Text in the XMLmind XML Editor
urlItem How the url element is to be formatted. See section “Format Information Attributes”. http://www.sil.org/
dateAccessedItem How the dateAccessed element is to be formatted. See section “Format Information Attributes”. October 5, 2007
doiItem How the doi element is to be formatted. See section “Format Information Attributes”. 10.2345/6789
missingItem Used to match a pattern where the reference work has neither a url nor a dateAccessed element. None. missing

5.3.15 ISO 639-3 Code Layout

The iso639-3codeItem is optional and only needed if any of your documents will show one or more ISO 639-3 codes for each reference work. In addition to the attributes given in section “Format Information Attributes”, it has the attributes shown in example (41).

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Attribute Possible Values Meaning Examples
case lowercase or uppercase. Whether to show the ISO 639-3 codes in all lower case or all upper case letters. lowercase
textbeforefirst (user control) Text material to show before the first ISO 639-3 code.
[
(
textbetween (user control) Text material to show between each ISO 639-3 code, if there are two or more iso639-3code elements in a given refwork.
,
;
textafterlast (user control) Text material to show after the last ISO 639-3 code.
]
)
sort yes or no. Whether to show the ISO 639-3 codes in a sorted order or just in the order they occur in the refWork element. lowercase

5.3.16 Attributes on the referencesLayout element

Besides the various reference types discussed in sections 5.3.15.3.15, there are some special attributes on the referencesLayout element itself. These control more global characteristics of the reference material. These attributes are shown in example (42).

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Attribute Possible Values Meaning Examples
authorform full or initials. This indicates whether the author name(s) should use initials or be shown in full. The default is full. Note that if this attribute is set to initials, then XLingPaper will use the contents of the refAuthorInitials element in the refAuthor element, if it exists. If it does not exist, it will use the content of the name attribute of the refAuthor element.
full
initial
dateIndentAuthorOverDateStyle (user control) This sets the indent before the date in an "Author over date" references style. It is only used when the useAuthorOverDateStyle attribute is set to yes.
10pt
1cm
dateToEntrySpaceAuthorOverDateStyle (user control) This sets the amount of space to insert between the date and the entry in an "Author over date" references style when the space used by the date is too long to fit. It is only used when the useAuthorOverDateStyle attribute is set to yes. (Not implemented yet.)
10pt
1cm
defaultfontsize (user control) This sets the font size for the content of the reference materials. If it is expressed in points, it should have the value followed immediately by pt (no intervening space). An alternative way to specify a font size is to use a percentage.
10pt
95%
hangingindentsize (user control) This sets the size of the hanging indent of a reference item for when it goes longer than a single line. You may use any of the units of measure shown in example (2).
10pt
.25in
removecommonhundredsdigitsinpages yes or no. When a referenced item includes a range of page numbers and the first page number is three digits, some publishers do not want the second number to include the hundredths digit. If this is set to yes , then the hundredths digit will be removed. The default value is no.
yes
no
spaceafter (user control) The amount of vertical space to insert after this item. Use a number followed by one of the units of measure given in example (2); there should be no space between the number and the unit of measure.
1.5in
12pt
spacebefore (user control) The amount of vertical space to insert before this item. Use a number followed by one of the units of measure given in example (2); there should be no space between the number and the unit of measure.
1.5in
12pt
spaceBetweenEntryAndAuthorInAuthorOverDateStyle (user control) This sets the amount of extra vertical space to insert between the last entry and the next author in an "Author over date" references style. It is only used when the useAuthorOverDateStyle attribute is set to yes.
10pt
1cm
spaceBetweenEntriesAuthorOverDateStyle (user control) This sets the amount of extra vertical space to insert between two entries for the same author in an "Author over date" references style. It is only used when the useAuthorOverDateStyle attribute is set to yes.
10pt
1cm
titleform uppercase or lowercase. This indicates whether the title of the referenced item should use the content of the optional refTitleLowerCase element or the content of the required refTitle element. The default is uppercase which means XLingPaper will use the content of the refTitle element.. Note that if this attribute is set to lowercase, then XLingPaper will use the content of the refTitleLowerCase element, if it exists. If it does not exist, it will use the content of the refTitle element.
uppercase
lowercase
useAuthorOverDateStyle yes or no. When this is set to yes , then the formatting of the references section will put the author on one line followed by the date and the entry. If there are more than one entries for an author, the author name is not repeated. The default value is no. This is only implemented for the XeLaTeX way of producing PDF.[6]
yes
no
useAuthorSurnameCommaGivenNameInCitations yes or no. When this is set to yes , then the author names in the work referred to by a collCitation or a procCitation element are not reversed, but will appear in the order they occur in the corresponding refAuthor element. (This is for the case where XLingPaper automatically fills in the information for a collection or proceedings volume referred to by a collCitation or procCitation element.) The default value is no.
yes
no
usecitationformatwhennumberofsharedpaperis 0, 1, 2, ..., 9. For collection and/or proceedings citations, sometimes publishers want the volume containing the article in the collection or proceedings volume to also be listed among the references when a certain number of cited articles are from that same volume. The reference for the article will refer to the volume reference. This attribute controls the number of cited articles which will trigger this to happen. (Some publishers only want this to happen when there are two or more cited articles from the same volume; if there is only one such article, then the volume will not be listed as a separate reference.) Note that this will work only if you use a collCitation or procCitation element for the reference. See the documentation for this here: Using a collCitation. If this attribute is set to 0, then every article will include the full collection or proceedings volume information and the collection or proceedings volume will not be listed as a reference.
0
2
uselineforrepeatedauthor yes or no. When two or more works are cited by the same author, some publishers want to use a line for the second and following works. If this attribute is set to yes, then that will happen. If it is set to no, then the author's name will be repeated. The default value is no.
yes
no

6 Document Content Layout

This section discusses layout information for various items occurring within the content of a document. The only element in this section that is required is exampleLayout. All others are optional. They are described in the order in which they must appear. See appendix A for hints about where to insert a new element in this portion of a publisher style sheet. Also, see appendix B for what values will be used if an element is not present.

6.1 Controlling the Display of Paragraphs

Some style sheets require extra space before and after paragraphs. One can use the spacebefore and spaceafter attributes of the paragraphLayout element to set these values. See these attributes in section “Front Matter Format Information Attributes”.

6.2 Controlling the Display of Examples and Example Numbers

The exampleLayout element determines how examples and their numbers are to be displayed. The attributes involved are given in example (43).

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Example Attributes
Attribute Possible Values Meaning Examples Shows in the XMLmind XML Editor
indent-before (user control) The amount of indent to use before the example content (including the number) is shown. Use a number followed by one of the units of measure given in example (2); there should be no space between the number and the unit of measure.
.125in
12pt
No
indent-after (user control) The amount of indent to use after the example content is shown. Use a number followed by one of the units of measure given in example (2); there should be no space between the number and the unit of measure.
.125in
12pt
No
AddPeriodAfterFinalDigit yes, or no. This indicates whether or not to insert a period after the final digit of the example number. Currently not implemented. no No
referencesUseParens yes, or no. This indicates whether or not to enclose the example number in an example reference within parentheses. yes No
numberProperAddPeriodAfterFinalDigit yes, or no. This indicates whether or not to insert a period after the final digit of the example number. The default is to not use a period. no No
numberProperUseParens yes, or no. This indicates whether or not to inclose the example number within parentheses. The default is to use parentheses. no No
listItemsHaveParenInsteadOfPeriod yes, or no. This indicates whether or not to insert a closing parenthesis instead of a period after the letter in a list example. The default is to use a period. no No
startNumberingOverAtEachChapter yes, or no. This indicates whether or not to start example numbering over in each chapter and appendix of a document. The default is to not start the numbering over. no No
showChapterNumberBeforeExampleNumber yes, or no. This indicates whether or not to show the chapter number (or appendix letter) before the example number. The default is to not show this. One must also set the startNumberingOverAtEachChapter attribute to yes for this to take affect. no No
textBetweenChapterNumberAndExampleNumber (user control) The text to insert between a chapter number (or appendix letter) and the example number. The default is to use a period. One must also set the startNumberingOverAtEachChapter attribute to yes and the showChapterNumberBeforeExampleNumber attribute to yes for this to take affect. - : No
exampleNumberMaxWidthInEms (user control) This is only for the default XeLaTeX way of producinfg PDF. It is the amount of space to use for example numbers. It should be a number and the units used will be ems. 3.1 2.75 No

6.3 Controlling the Display of Lists

Some style sheets require specific indents for lists. One can use the indent-before attribute of the listLayout element to set this indent. See this attribute in section “Controlling the Display of Examples and Example Numbers”. If you need a list indent of 0pt, please use something slightly different such as 0.0pt or 0in. This will guarantee that it comes out with no indent.

Another attribute available for controlling list output is the spacebetween attribute. Enter the amount of extra vertical space needed between list items such as 6pt.

6.4 Controlling the Display of Section References

There are two elements that control how section reference numbers and section reference titles are displayed.

6.4.1 Section Reference Number Layout

The sectionRefLayout element determines how section reference numbers are to be displayed. The attributes involved are given in example (44).

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Section reference number Attributes
Attribute Possible Values Meaning Examples Shows in the XMLmind XML Editor
All attributes in section “Font Information Attributes        
AddPeriodAfterFinalDigit yes, or no. This indicates whether or not to insert a period after the final digit of the section number. no No
textBeforeSingularOverride (user control) The text to show before the section number when the textBefore attribute of a sectionRef element is set to singular. This overrides any similar value in the sectionRefSingularLabel attribute of the lingPaper element of the document.
section
§
No
textBeforePluralOverride (user control) The text to show before the section number when the textBefore attribute of a sectionRef element is set to plural. This overrides any similar value in the sectionRefPluralLabel attribute of the lingPaper element of the document.
sections
§§
No
textBeforeCapitalizedSingularOverride (user control) The text to show before the section number when the textBefore attribute of a sectionRef element is set to capitalizedSingular. This overrides any similar value in the sectionRefCapitalizedSingularLabel attribute of the lingPaper element of the document.
Section
§
No
textBeforeCapitalizedPluralOverride (user control) The text to show before the section number when the textBefore attribute of a sectionRef element is set to capitalizedPlural. This overrides any similar value in the sectionRefCapitalizedPluralLabel attribute of the lingPaper element of the document.
Sections
§§
No

6.4.2 Section Reference Title Layout

The sectionRefTitleLayout element determines how section reference titles are to be displayed. All of its attributes are described in section “Format Information Attributes”, except that none of these attributes show in the XMLmind XML Editor for the sectionRefTitleLayout element.

6.5 Controlling the Display of Interlinear Source Style

How an interlinear source reference (i.e. the interlinearSource element in an XLingPaper document) is to be displayed is controlled by the interlinearSourceStyle element. Its attributes are given in section “Format Information Attributes”, except that none of these attributes show in the XMLmind XML Editor for the interlinearSourceStyle element. What does show is given in example (45).

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There are three choices for where the interlinear source information is to appear as described in example (46). Click on the one that you want to use.

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Option Meaning
After first line After the first line of the interlinear (i.e. on the same line as the first line, but off to the right).
After free translation After the (last) free translation, but on the same line as that free translation, off to the right.
Under free translation On a line after the (last) free translation, but off to the right.

6.6 Controlling the Display of Interlinear Reference Citation Titles

The interlinearRefCitationTitleLayout element determines how interlinearRefCitation elements are to be formatted when their showTitleOnly is set to either short or full. All of its attributes are described in section “Format Information Attributes”, except that none of these attributes show in the XMLmind XML Editor for the interlinearRefCitationTitleLayout element.

6.7 Controlling the Spacing between Aligned Words in Interlinears

You can control how much spacing there is between aligned word units in an automatically wrapped interlinear via the interlinearAlignedWordSpacing element. It only has the three “special” attributes although currently only the XeLaTeXSpecial attribute will make a difference and that only with the interlinear-aligned-word-skip attribute value set equal to a TeX ‘glue’ value: a basic point value plus a stretch point factor minus a shrink point factor. The default ‘glue’ value used by XLingPaper is 6.66666pt plus 3.33333pt minus 2.22222pt (this is what is used by Kew & McConnel 1990:56). If this is too much or too little for the publisher, you can change it. For example, if you wanted to reduce the default value by one point in all three factors, you would set the XeLaTeXSpecial to interlinear-aligned-word-skip='5.66666pt plus 2.33333pt minus 1.22222pt'.

6.8 Controlling the Indent for and Spacing Between Non-initial Interlinear Line Groups

Sometimes one wants to control the indent and/or the vertical spacing between line groups when there is more than one such line group within an interlinear display.

Both of these are attributes on the interlinearMultipleLineGroupLayout element. The indentOfNonInitialGroup attribute sets the indent. Use a number followed immediately by a unit of measure (see example (2)).

The vertical spacing between units is controlled by the spaceBetweenGroups attribute. Use a number followed immediately by a unit of measure (see example (2)). Note that this attribute does not work for web page or EBook outputs.

6.9 Controlling the Formatting of Interlinear Texts

Sometimes one wants to control the vertical spacing between interlinear items in an interlinear text. Use the interlinearTextLayout element.

The vertical spacing between units is controlled by the spaceBetweenUnits attribute. Use a number followed immediately by a unit of measure (see example (2)).

The amount to indent the first line of an interlinear text can be overridden by setting the indentOfInitialGroup attribute. Use a number followed immediately by a unit of measure (see example (2)). This only works for the XeLaTeX way of producing PDF and only when doing automatic wrapping of the interlinear.

One can also control the text that comes before and after the text reference number. Use textbeforeReferenceNumber and textafterReferenceNumber, respectively.

6.10 Controlling the Display of Endnote References

The endnoteRefLayout element determines how endnoteRef elements are to be formatted. All of its attributes are described in section “Format Information Attributes”, except that none of these attributes show in the XMLmind XML Editor for the endnoteRefLayout element. In particular, if you want to change the text that comes before the referred to endnote number, use the textbefore attribute (the default value is “See footnote ”).

6.11 Controlling the Display of Figures

The next three main elements describe how figures are to be displayed and how figure references are to be handled.

6.11.1 Figures

The figureLayout dictates how figure elements are to be displayed. This can look like what is shown in example (47).

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There are actually four parts here.

6.11.1.1 Figure and its Caption

If you click on the first line, you control the figureLayout element. This has five attributes as shown in (48).

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Figure Layout Attributes
Attribute Possible Values Meaning Examples Shows in the XMLmind XML Editor
captionLocation before or after. Whether the caption for the figure is to come before or after the figure. before Yes
listOfFiguresUsesFigureAndPageHeaders yes or no. The default value is no. Whether or not the automatically generated list of figures uses a "Figure" and "Page" heading. If set to yes, then the “Figure” label will not appear before the figure number in each row of the listing. yes No
pageLabelInListOfFigures (user control) This is only used when the listOfFiguresUsesFigureAndPageHeaders attribute is set to yes. It determines the label to use for the page heading and only needs to be set when the default value of "Page" is incorrect.
PAGE
Página
No
spaceBetweenFigureAndCaption (user control) The amount of vertical space to insert between the figure and the caption. Use a number followed by one of the units of measure given in example (2); there should be no space between the number and the unit of measure.
.125in
12pt
Yes
useSingleSpacingForLongCaptions yes or no. The default value is no. Whether or not the automatically generated list of figures should use single spacing when a long caption needs to wrap. This only makes sense to use when the document is not using single spacing. yes No

6.11.1.2 Figure Label Layout

If in example (47), you click on the word “Figure” in the second line, you can control information about how the label of the figure is to be formatted. The attributes for this figureLabelLayout element are given in example (49).

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Figure label Attributes
Attribute Possible Values Meaning Examples Shows in the XMLmind XML Editor
All attributes in section “Format Information Attributes        
label (user control) The text to show instead of the default “Figure”.
Chart
Figura
Yes

6.11.1.3 Figure Number Layout

If in example (47), you click on the digit “1” in the second line, you can control information about how the number of the figure is to be formatted. The attributes for this figureNumberLayout element are given in example (50).

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Figure number Attributes
Attribute Possible Values Meaning Examples Shows in the XMLmind XML Editor
All attributes in section “Format Information Attributes        
format
1 for 1,2,3,...10,11,etc.
A for A, B, C,... AA, AB, etc.
a for a,b,c...aa,ab, etc.
I I, II,III, IV, V, etc.
i for i, ii,iii, iv, v, etc.
How the figure number is to be formatted.
1
I
Yes
showchapternumber yes or no. The default value is no. Whether or not to include the chapter/appendix number as part of the figure number. yes Yes
textbetweenchapterandnumber (user control) The text to show between the chapter/appendix number and the figure number.
-
:
Yes

6.11.1.4 Figure Caption Layout

If in example (47), you click on “Caption goes here” in the second line, you can control information about how the captions of figures are to be formatted. The attributes for this figureCaptionLayout element are given in section “Format Information Attributes”.

6.11.2 Controlling the Display of Figure References

There are two elements that control how figure reference numbers and figure reference captions are displayed.

6.11.2.1 Figure Reference Number Layout

The figureRefLayout element determines how figure reference numbers are to be displayed. The attributes involved are given in example (51).

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Figure reference number Attributes
Attribute Possible Values Meaning Examples Shows in the XMLmind XML Editor
All attributes in section “Font Information Attributes        
textBeforeSingularOverride (user control) The text to show before the figure number when the textBefore attribute of a figureRef element is set to singular. This overrides any similar value in the figureRefSingularLabel attribute of the lingPaper element of the document.
figure
figura
No
textBeforePluralOverride (user control) The text to show before the figure number when the textBefore attribute of a figureRef element is set to plural. This overrides any similar value in the figureRefPluralLabel attribute of the lingPaper element of the document.
figures
figuras
No
textBeforeCapitalizedSingularOverride (user control) The text to show before the figure number when the textBefore attribute of a figureRef element is set to capitalizedSingular. This overrides any similar value in the figureRefCapitalizedSingularLabel attribute of the lingPaper element of the document.
Figure
Figura
No
textBeforeCapitalizedPluralOverride (user control) The text to show before the figure number when the textBefore attribute of a figureRef element is set to capitalizedPlural. This overrides any similar value in the figureRefCapitalizedPluralLabel attribute of the lingPaper element of the document.
Figures
Figuras
No

6.11.2.2 Figure Reference Caption Layout

The figureRefCaptionLayout element determines how figure reference captions are to be displayed. All of its attributes are described in section “Format Information Attributes”, except that none of these attributes show in the XMLmind XML Editor for the figureRefCaptionLayout element.

6.12 Controlling the Display of Numbered Tables

The next three main elements describe how numbered tables are to be displayed and how references to numbered tables are to be handled.

6.12.1 Numbered Tables

The tablenumberedLayout dictates how tablenumbered elements are to be displayed. This can look like what is shown in example (52).

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There are actually four parts here.

6.12.1.1 Numbered Table and its Caption

If you click on the first line, you control the tablenumberedLayout element. This has five attributes as shown in (53).

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Numbered Table Layout Attributes
Attribute Possible Values Meaning Examples Shows in the XMLmind XML Editor
captionLocation before or after. Whether the caption for the numbered table is to come before or after the numbered table. before Yes
listOfTablesUsesTableAndPageHeaders yes or no. The default value is no. Whether or not the automatically generated list of tables uses a "Table" and "Page" heading. If set to yes, then the “Table” label will not appear before the table number in each row of the listing. yes No
pageLabelInListOfTables (user control) This is only used when the listOfTablesUsesTableAndPageHeaders attribute is set to yes. It determines the label to use for the page heading and only needs to be set when the default value of "Page" is incorrect.
PAGE
Página
No
spaceBetweenTableAndCaption (user control) The amount of vertical space to insert between the numbered table and the caption. Use a number followed by one of the units of measure given in example (2); there should be no space between the number and the unit of measure.
.125in
12pt
Yes
useSingleSpacingForLongCaptions yes or no. The default value is no. Whether or not the automatically generated list of figures should use single spacing when a long caption needs to wrap. This only makes sense to use when the document is not using single spacing. yes No

6.12.1.2 Numbered Table Label Layout

If in example (52), you click on the word “Table” in the second line, you can control information about how the label of the numbered table is to be formatted. The attributes for this tablenumberedLabelLayout element are given in example (54).

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Numbered Table label Attributes
Attribute Possible Values Meaning Examples Shows in the XMLmind XML Editor
All attributes in section “Format Information Attributes        
label (user control) The text to show instead of the default “Table”.
Cuadro
Tableau
Yes

6.12.1.3 Numbered Table Number Layout

If in example (52), you click on the digit “1” in the second line, you can control information about how the number of the numbered table is to be formatted. The attributes for this tablenumberedNumberLayout element are given in example (55).

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Numbered Table number Attributes
Attribute Possible Values Meaning Examples Shows in the XMLmind XML Editor
All attributes in section “Format Information Attributes        
format
1 for 1,2,3,...10,11,etc.
A for A, B, C,... AA, AB, etc.
a for a,b,c...aa,ab, etc.
I I, II,III, IV, V, etc.
i for i, ii,iii, iv, v, etc.
How the number of the numbered table is to be formatted.
1
I
Yes
showchapternumber yes or no. The default value is no. Whether or not to include the chapter/appendix number as part of the number of the numbered table. yes Yes
textbetweenchapterandnumber (user control) The text to show between the chapter/appendix number and the number of the numbered table.
-
:
Yes

6.12.1.4 Numbered Table Caption Layout

If in example (52), you click on “Caption goes here” in the second line, you can control information about how the captions of numbered tables are to be formatted. The attributes for this tablenumberedCaptionLayout element are given in section “Format Information Attributes”.

6.12.2 Controlling the Display of References to Numbered Tables

There are two elements that control how references to the numbers of numbered tables and references to the captions of numbered tables are displayed.

6.12.2.1 Reference to Numbered Table Number Layout

The figureRefLayout element determines how references to the number of a numbered table are to be displayed. The attributes involved are given in example (56).

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Numbered Table reference number Attributes
Attribute Possible Values Meaning Examples Shows in the XMLmind XML Editor
All attributes in section “Font Information Attributes        
textBeforeSingularOverride (user control) The text to show before the numbered table number when the textBefore attribute of a tablenumberedRef element is set to singular. This overrides any similar value in the tablenumberedRefSingularLabel attribute of the lingPaper element of the document.
table
cuadro
No
textBeforePluralOverride (user control) The text to show before the section number when the textBefore attribute of a tablenumberedRef element is set to plural. This overrides any similar value in the tablenumberedRefPluralLabel attribute of the lingPaper element of the document.
tables
cuadros
No
textBeforeCapitalizedSingularOverride (user control) The text to show before the section number when the textBefore attribute of a tablenumberedRef element is set to capitalizedSingular. This overrides any similar value in the tablenumberedRefCapitalizedSingularLabel attribute of the lingPaper element of the document.
Table
Cuadro
No
textBeforeCapitalizedPluralOverride (user control) The text to show before the section number when the textBefore attribute of a tablenumberedRef element is set to capitalizedPlural. This overrides any similar value in the tablenumberedRefCapitalizedPluralLabel attribute of the lingPaper element of the document.
Tables
Cuadros
No

6.12.2.2 Reference to Numbered Table Caption Layout

The tablenumberedRefCaptionLayout element determines how references to the captions of numbered tables are to be displayed. All of its attributes are described in section “Format Information Attributes”, except that none of these attributes show in the XMLmind XML Editor for the tablenumberedRefCaptionLayout element.

6.13 Table Caption Layout

The tableCaptionLayout element describes how the caption in a table element should appear. Note that this is not for numbered tables, but is for “plain” tables and for tables in examples. The attributes for this tableCaptionLayout element are given in example (57).

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Table Caption Attributes
Attribute Possible Values Meaning Examples Shows in the XMLmind XML Editor
All attributes in section “Format Information Attributes        
spaceBetweenTableAndCaption (user control) The amount of vertical space to insert between the caption and the table (or between the table and the endCaption). Use a number followed by one of the units of measure given in example (2); there should be no space between the number and the unit of measure.
.125in
12pt
No

6.14 Magnification Factor

When one is producing a paper for a poster session, sometimes one wants to enlarge the text of the document while maintaining the same page size. This is what the magnificationFactor element is for. Enter the factor you want (e.g. 1.5 or 2). The factor should be a number.

6.15 Special Overrides for langData Elements

Sometimes one wants language data to appear one way when it is in prose and another way in examples and/or tables. The langDataLayout element controls this. When you add it, you will see what is in example (58).

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The top line has one attribute: language. Normally this attribute is empty. If you have a case where you need some langData elements to be formatted one way (say, as phonetic data) and others to be formatted another way (say, as phonemic data), then you can create two or more langDataLayout elements and set the language attribute of them to the id attribute of the language element designed for it. (This will be the same value as you use for the lang attribute of the langData element.) XLingPaper will use the first langDataLayout element that has its language attribute set to the lang attribute of the current langData element being formatted. If there is no langDataLayout element with a corresponding language attribute, then the first langDataLayout element is used.

The other three use the attributes shown in example (59).

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langData Overrides Attributes
Attribute Possible Values Meaning Examples Shows in the XMLmind XML Editor
All attributes in section “Format Information Attributes        
textbeforeafterusesfontinfo yes, or no. This indicates whether or not any text which comes before or after the langData item uses the same font information as the langData item itself will. For example, if you use opening and closing double quotes before and after the langData item, do you want these quotes formatted the same as the langData item or not? no Yes

For a given langData element, the formatting that is used depends on what the closest element to that langData element is. If an example is closest, then the formatting for an example is used. If a table is closest, then the formatting for a table is used. If an endnote or any other element is closest, then the formatting for prose is used.

Occasionally one finds that there are rare instances in a document where the textbefore and/or the textafter attributes of the special override are/is not correct for the context. In such cases, one can override the style sheet override by setting the textbefore and/or textafter attribute of the langData element in the document itself where that langData element occurs.

6.16 Special Overrides for gloss Elements

Sometimes one wants gloss data to appear one way when it is in prose and another way in examples and/or tables. The glossLayout element controls this. When you add it, you will see what is in example (60).

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The top line has no attributes. The other three lines use the attributes shown in example (61).

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gloss Overrides Attributes
Attribute Possible Values Meaning Examples Shows in the XMLmind XML Editor
All attributes in section “Format Information Attributes        
textbeforeafterusesfontinfo yes, or no. This indicates whether or not any text which comes before or after the gloss item uses the same font information as the gloss item itself will. For example, if you use opening and closing double quotes before and after the gloss item, do you want these quotes formatted the same as the gloss item or not? no Yes

There is actually a fourth element called glossInListWordLayout that controls how gloss elements are formatted in either listWord or word examples. You can insert it before the “gloss in example” line.

For a given gloss element, the formatting that is used depends on what the closest element to that gloss element is. If you are using a glossInListWordLayout element, then if either a listWord or a word element is closest, then the formatting of the glossInListWordLayout element is used. If an example is closest, then the formatting for an example is used. If a table is closest, then the formatting for a table is used. If an endnote or any other element is closest, then the formatting for prose is used.

Occasionally one finds that there are rare instances in a document where the textbefore and/or the textafter attributes of the special override are/is not correct for the context. In such cases, one can override the style sheet override by setting the textbefore and/or textafter attribute of the gloss element in the document itself where that gloss element occurs.

6.17 Special Overrides for free Elements

Sometimes one wants to override the default formatting for data in free translations (i.e in free elements). The freeLayout element controls this. It has the attributes shown in example (62).

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free Overrides Attributes
Attribute Possible Values Meaning Examples Shows in the XMLmind XML Editor
All attributes in section “Format Information Attributes        
adjustIndentOfNonInitialLineBy (user control) The amount of horizontal space to *subtract* for those cases where a long free translation line automatically wraps and indents. This is only used in the XeLaTeX way of producing PDF and also only when automatically wrapping interlinears. Use a number followed by one of the units of measure given in example (2) (or ‘em’); there should be no space between the number and the unit of measure.
.25in
1em
No
spaceafter (user control) The amount of vertical space to insert after this item. Use a number followed by one of the units of measure given in example (2); there should be no space between the number and the unit of measure.
1.5in
12pt
No
spacebefore (user control) The amount of vertical space to insert before this item. Use a number followed by one of the units of measure given in example (2); there should be no space between the number and the unit of measure.
1.5in
12pt
No
textbeforeafterusesfontinfo yes, or no. This indicates whether or not any text which comes before or after the free item uses the same font information as the free item itself will. For example, if you use opening and closing double quotes before and after the free item, do you want these quotes formatted the same as the free item or not? no Yes

Occasionally one finds that there are rare instances in a document where the textbefore and/or the textafter attributes of the special override are/is not correct for the context. In such cases, one can override the style sheet override by setting the textbefore and/or textafter attribute of the free element in the document itself where that free element occurs.

6.18 Special Overrides for literal Elements

Sometimes one wants to override the default formatting for data in literal translations (i.e in literal elements). The literalLayout element controls this. It contains two elements: literalLabelLayout and literalContentLayout.

The literalLabelLayout element allows you to type in a label that will appear at the beginning of every literal translation (e.g., “Lit. ”). It has the attributes described in section “Font Information Attributes”. You can use these attributes to format the label as needed.

The second element, literalContentLayout, has the attributes shown in example (63). You use these to control formatting of the content ot the literal elements.

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literal Content Overrides Attributes
Attribute Possible Values Meaning Examples Shows in the XMLmind XML Editor
All attributes in section “Format Information Attributes        
spaceafter (user control) The amount of vertical space to insert after this item. Use a number followed by one of the units of measure given in example (2); there should be no space between the number and the unit of measure.
1.5in
12pt
No
spacebefore (user control) The amount of vertical space to insert before this item. Use a number followed by one of the units of measure given in example (2); there should be no space between the number and the unit of measure.
1.5in
12pt
No
textbeforeafterusesfontinfo yes, or no. This indicates whether or not any text which comes before or after the literal item uses the same font information as the literal item itself will. For example, if you use opening and closing double quotes before and after the literal item, do you want these quotes formatted the same as the literal item or not? no Yes

6.19 Special Overrides for citation Elements

Sometimes one wants to override the default formatting for data in citations.

The citationLayout element has the attributes shown in example (64). You use this to control formatting of the content of citation elements.

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citation Content Overrides Attributes
Attribute Possible Values Meaning Examples Shows in the XMLmind XML Editor
replacecolonwith (user control) Type the text you want to appear between the date and the page(s). , Yes
textaftertimestamp (user control) Type the text you want to appear after the timestamp material. ] No
textbeforepages (user control) Type the text you want to appear between the colon (or whatever is in the replacecolonwith attribute) after the date and the page(s). (a space) Yes
textbeforetimestamp (user control) Type the text you want to appear between the date and the timestamp material. [ (a space, followed by an open square bracket) No
textbetweenauthoranddate (user control) Type the text you want to appear between the author and the date. , (a space) Yes

6.20 Controlling the Display of Abbreviations in a Footnote

Sometimes one wants to control how the list of abbreviations come out when they are in a footnote. You do this via the abbreviationsInFootnoteLayout element. This element has one attribute: textBetweenAbbreviationAndDefinition which one can use to set the text that will be output between the abbreviation and its definition. If the textBetweenAbbreviationAndDefinition attribute is empty, then XLingPaper will use “ = ” as the text between an abbreviation and its definition.

6.21 Controlling the Display of Abbreviations in a Table

Sometimes one wants to control how the list of abbreviations come out when they are in a table. You do this via the abbreviationsInTableLayout element. The abbreviationsInTableLayout element has the attributes shown in example (65).

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abbreviationsInTableLayout Attributes
Attribute Possible Values Meaning Examples Shows in the XMLmind XML Editor
All attributes in section “Font Information Attributes        
doubleColumnSeparation (user control) The amount of horizontal space to insert between the two sets of abbreviations when using double columns. Use a number followed by one of the units of measure given in example (2); there should be no space between the number and the unit of measure.
.5in
12pt
No
start-indent (user control) The amount of horizontal space to insert before the table. Use a number followed by one of the units of measure given in example (2); there should be no space between the number and the unit of measure.
1.5in
12pt
No
useDoubleColumns yes, or no. This indicates whether or not the table of abbreviations and their definitions should be in a single column or in double columns (i.e two sets of abbreviations and their definitions). The default is to have only one such column. no No
useEqualSignsColumn yes, or no. This indicates whether or not the table of abbreviations should include a column consisting of an equal sign between the abbreviation and its definition. The default is to include this column. no No

6.22 Controlling the Display of Glossary Terms in a Definition List

Sometimes one wants to control how the list of glossary terms come out when they are in a definition list (each term in a hanging indent paragraph, with the term appearing first, followed by the definition). You do this via the glossaryTermsInDefinitionListLayout element. It shows as shown in example (66).

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The glossaryTermsInDefinitionListLayout element has the attributes shown in example (67).

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glossaryTermsInDefinitionListLayout Attributes
Attribute Possible Values Meaning Examples Shows in the XMLmind XML Editor
hangingIndentInitialIndent (user control) The amount of horizontal space before the beginning of the glossary term paragraph. It can be something like 0pt if you want the hanging indent paragraph to begin at the left margin. Use a number followed by one of the units of measure given in example (2); there should be no space between the number and the unit of measure.
.5in
12pt
No
hangingIndentNormalIndent (user control) The amount of horizontal space that the second and following lines of the glossary term paragraph should be indented. Use a number followed by one of the units of measure given in example (2); there should be no space between the number and the unit of measure.
1.5in
12pt
No
spaceBetweenParagraphs (user control) The amount of vertical space to insert between each glossary term paragraph. The default is to insert no extra space. Use a number followed by one of the units of measure given in example (2); there should be no space between the number and the unit of measure. 12pt No
useSingleSpacing yes, or no. This indicates whether or not the content of each glossary term paragraph should be single spaced. The default value is yes. no No

Inside of the glossaryTermsInDefinitionListLayout are two others: glossaryTermTermInDefinitionListLayout and glossaryTermDefinitionInDefinitionListLayout. These allow you to control the formatting of the glossary term itself and also its definition. Both of them use the attributes in section “Format Information Attributes”.

6.23 Controlling the Display of Glossary Terms in a Table

Sometimes one wants to control how the list of glossary terms come out when they are in a table. You do this via the glossaryTermsInTableLayout element. The glossaryTermsInTableLayout element has the attributes shown in example (68).

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glossaryTermsInTableLayout Attributes
Attribute Possible Values Meaning Examples Shows in the XMLmind XML Editor
All attributes in section “Font Information Attributes        
doubleColumnSeparation (user control) The amount of horizontal space to insert between the two sets of glossary terms when using double columns. Use a number followed by one of the units of measure given in example (2); there should be no space between the number and the unit of measure.
.5in
12pt
No
start-indent (user control) The amount of horizontal space to insert before the table. Use a number followed by one of the units of measure given in example (2); there should be no space between the number and the unit of measure.
1.5in
12pt
No
useDoubleColumns yes, or no. This indicates whether or not the table of glossary terms and their definitions should be in a single column or in double columns (i.e two sets of glossary terms and their definitions). The default is to have only one such column. no No
useEqualSignsColumn yes, or no. This indicates whether or not the table of glossary terms should include a column consisting of an equal sign between the glossary term and its definition. The default is to include this column. no No

6.24 Controlling the Display of ISO 639-3 Codes in a Table

Sometimes one wants to control how the list of ISO 639-3 codes come out when they are in a table. You do this via the iso639-3CodesInTableLayout element. The iso639-3CodesInTableLayout element has the attributes shown in example (69).

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iso639-3CodesInTableLayout Attributes
Attribute Possible Values Meaning Examples Shows in the XMLmind XML Editor
All attributes in section “Font Information Attributes        
doubleColumnSeparation (user control) The amount of horizontal space to insert between the two sets of ISO 639-3 codes when using double columns. Use a number followed by one of the units of measure given in example (2); there should be no space between the number and the unit of measure.
.5in
12pt
No
start-indent (user control) The amount of horizontal space to insert before the table. Use a number followed by one of the units of measure given in example (2); there should be no space between the number and the unit of measure.
1.5in
12pt
No
useDoubleColumns yes, or no. This indicates whether or not the table of ISO 639-3 codes and their definitions should be in a single column or in double columns (i.e two sets of codes and their definitions). The default is to have only one such column. no No
useEqualSignsColumn yes, or no. This indicates whether or not the table of ISO 639-3 codes should include a column consisting of an equal sign between the code and its definition. The default is to include this column. no No

6.25 Controlling the Display of Prose Text

Sometimes one wants to override the default formatting for data in prose-text elements.

The prose-textTextLayout element has the attributes shown in example (70). You use this to control formatting of the content of prose-text elements.

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prose-text Content Overrides Attributes
Attribute Possible Values Meaning Examples Shows in the XMLmind XML Editor
All attributes in section “Font Information Attributes        
end-indent (user control) The amount of horizontal space to insert after the prose text. Use a number followed by one of the units of measure given in example (2); there should be no space between the number and the unit of measure.
1.5in
12pt
No
spaceafter (user control) The amount of vertical space to insert after this item. Use a number followed by one of the units of measure given in example (2); there should be no space between the number and the unit of measure.
1.5in
12pt
Yes
spacebefore (user control) The amount of vertical space to insert before this item. Use a number followed by one of the units of measure given in example (2); there should be no space between the number and the unit of measure.
1.5in
12pt
Yes
start-indent (user control) The amount of horizontal space to insert before the prose text. Use a number followed by one of the units of measure given in example (2); there should be no space between the number and the unit of measure.
1.5in
12pt
Yes

6.26 Controlling the Display of Quotes

Sometimes one wants to override the default quotation marks before and after data in q elements.

The quoteLayout element has the attributes shown in example (71). You use these to control what comes before and after the content of q elements

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quoteLayout Attributes
Attribute Possible Values Meaning Examples Shows in the XMLmind XML Editor
textafter (user control) Text material to output immediately after the information.
»
Yes
textbefore (user control) Text material to output immediately before the information.
«
Yes

6.27 Controlling the Display of Block Quotes

Sometimes one wants to override the default vertical spacing before and/or after a block quotation (blockquote elements).

The blockQuoteLayout element has the attributes shown in example (72). You use these to control the vertical spacing before and after the content of blockquote elements

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blockQuoteLayout Attributes
Attribute Possible Values Meaning Examples Shows in the XMLmind XML Editor
spaceafter (user control) The amount of vertical space to insert after this item. Use a number followed by one of the units of measure given in example (2); there should be no space between the number and the unit of measure.
1.5in
12pt
Yes
spacebefore (user control) The amount of vertical space to insert before this item. Use a number followed by one of the units of measure given in example (2); there should be no space between the number and the unit of measure.
1.5in
12pt
Yes

See also section 2.2 for controlling the indent of blockquote elements.

6.28 Controlling the Display of Annotations

Sometimes one wants to override the default formatting for the paragraph in annotation elements (which appear via annotationRef elements).

The annotationLayout element has the attributes shown in example (73). You use this to control formatting of the content of annotation elements.

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annotation Content Overrides Attributes
Attribute Possible Values Meaning Examples Shows in the XMLmind XML Editor
All attributes in section “Format Information Attributes        
end-indent (user control) The amount of horizontal space to insert after the annotation. Use a number followed by one of the units of measure given in example (2); there should be no space between the number and the unit of measure.
1.5in
12pt
No
spaceafter (user control) The amount of vertical space to insert after this item. Use a number followed by one of the units of measure given in example (2); there should be no space between the number and the unit of measure.
1.5in
12pt
Yes
spacebefore (user control) The amount of vertical space to insert before this item. Use a number followed by one of the units of measure given in example (2); there should be no space between the number and the unit of measure.
1.5in
12pt
Yes
start-indent (user control) The amount of horizontal space to insert before the annotation. Use a number followed by one of the units of measure given in example (2); there should be no space between the number and the unit of measure.
1.5in
12pt
Yes

7 Common Sets of Attributes

Throughout this documentation on publisher style sheets there are references to sets of attributes. This section lists those sets and defines them. For each one, we indicate whether or not the result of setting the attribute is shown in the XMLmind XML Editor. When possible, we do show the result in the XMLmind XML Editor, but not all of the attributes can do so.

7.1 Font Information Attributes

The following are the attributes that can be used to for controlling font information.

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Font Information Attributes
Attribute Possible Values Meaning Examples Shows in the XMLmind XML Editor
backgroundcolor (user control) This is the name or special code for the color to use as the background when outputting the information.[2] For the XeLaTeX-way of producing PDF, this is ignored for all section titles.
blue
#660099
No
cssSpecial (user control) This is a way to allow the user to add Cascading Style Sheet attributes which are not defined in other attributes. CSS attributes only work for webpage output. Click here to see one webpage that defines these attributes. Note that each Cascading Style Sheet attribute needs to end with a semicolon (;) and should be followed by a space.
border-top:1pt;
padding-bottom:2ex;
No
color (user control) This is the name or special code for the color to use when outputting the information.[2]
blue
#660099
Yes
font-family (user control) This is the name of the font family to use when outputting the information.[1]
Courier New
Arial
Yes
font-size (user control) This is the font size. If it is expressed in points, it should have the value followed by pt. An alternative way to specify a font size is to use a percentage.
10pt
95%
Yes
font-style normal, italic, oblique, backslant, or inherit You can use this to set the font style. italic Yes
font-variant normal, small-caps, or inherit You can use this to set the font variant. small-caps No
font-weight normal, bold, bolder, lighter, 100, ... 900, or inherit You can use this to set the font weight. bold Yes
text-transform none, capitalize,[7] lowercase, or uppercase You can use this to modify the text. uppercase No
XeLaTeXSpecial (user control) This is a way to allow the user to add special attributes for the included XeLaTeX processor that produces PDF. See here for more. N/A No
xsl‑foSpecial (user control) This is a way to allow the user to add XSL-FO attributes which are not defined in other attributes. XSL-FO attributes only work for the RenderX XEP way of producing PDF and Microsoft Word 2003 output. See here for more. N/A No

7.2 Format Information Attributes

All of the attributes shown in section 7.1 plus the following are the attributes that can be used for controlling format information.

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Format Information Attributes
Attribute Possible Values Meaning Examples Shows in the XMLmind XML Editor
All attributes in section “Font Information Attributes        
textafter (user control) Text material to output immediately after the information.
.
Yes
textbefore (user control) Text material to output immediately before the information.
,
Yes

7.3 Front Matter Format Information Attributes

All of the attributes shown in section 7.2 plus the following are the attributes that can be used for controlling front matter format information.

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Front Matter Format Information Attributes
Attribute Possible Values Meaning Examples Shows in the XMLmind XML Editor
All attributes in section “Format Information Attributes        
spaceafter (user control) The amount of vertical space to insert after this item. Use a number followed by one of the units of measure given in example (2); there should be no space between the number and the unit of measure.
1.5in
12pt
Yes
spacebefore (user control) The amount of vertical space to insert before this item. Use a number followed by one of the units of measure given in example (2); there should be no space between the number and the unit of measure.
1.5in
12pt
Yes
textalign left, right, start, end, or center. This sets where the line will be aligned. start Yes
verticalfillafter 0, 1, or 2. This only works with the XeLaTeX way of producing PDF. If you use either a value of 1 or of 2, it will try and force a vertical “fill” between this item and the next item. That is, it will try to fill out the page with space. A value of 2 is a stronger way of saying, "Do the fill!” 1 No
verticalfillbefore 0, 1, or 2. This only works with the XeLaTeX way of producing PDF. If you use either a value of 1 or of 2, it will try and force a vertical “fill” between the previous item and this item. That is, it will try to insert vertical space between the previous item and put this item at the bottom of the page. A value of 2 is a stronger way of saying, "Do the fill!” 1 No

7.4 Title Format Information Attributes

All of the attributes shown in section 7.3 plus the following are the attributes that can be used for controlling title format information.

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Title Format Information Attributes
Attribute Possible Values Meaning Examples Shows in the XMLmind XML Editor
All attributes in section “Front Matter Format Information Attributes        
pagebreakbefore yes or no. Whether or not to force a page break before this item is output. yes Yes - the item is enclosed in a gray box
startonoddpage yes or no. Whether or not this item should start on an odd-numbered page. yes No
linebefore yes or no. Whether or not a horizontal line should precede this title. XeLaTeX and RenderX XEP will show a border-above, and ODT shows a leader line. yes No
linebefore-weight (user control) The amount of vertical weight for this item. Use a number followed by pt; there should be no space between the number and the unit of measure.
1pt
0.4pt
No
useblankextrapage yes or no. Whether or not any extra (even) page should be blank or should have header and footer contents (this extra page is created to make the next page be on an odd-numbered page). This attribute is only considered when startonoddpage is set to yes. This only works with the XeLaTeX way of producing PDF. yes No
useemptyheaderfooter yes or no. Whether or not the item should use an empty (i.e., blank) header and footer. This only works with the XeLaTeX way of producing PDF. The default value is no. yes No
usetitleinheader yes or no. Whether or not to include titles in headers. Only works with the RenderX XEP way of producing PDF. yes No

8 How Do I...?

This section lists some answers to some common questions on the order of “How do I do X?”.

8.1 Make the word “Appendix” appear before the appendix letters in the Contents?

What we have available is in the contentsLayout element in the front matter section in the publisher style sheet. There are two relevant attributes on the contentsLayout element:

  1. useappendixlabelbeforeappendixletter set to yes will put “Appendix” before the letter in the contents;
  2. useperiodafterappendixletter set to yes will put a period after the appendix letter.

Setting these two will give “Appendix A. ” followed by the title of the appendix.

8.2 Get the word ‘Appendix” to appear before the letter in the appendix portion itself?

In the appendixTitleLayout element, set the textbefore attribute to have ‘Appendix ’ (without the quotes). Assuming you want a period after the letter, set the textafterletter attribute to be ‘. ’ (without the quotes).

8.3 Get captions to appear correctly on numbered tables or figures?

In the Document Content Layout portion, add a tableNumberedLayout element and/or a figureLayout element (if not already there). See appendix A for hints on where to insert it. Then click on it.

Using the Attributes tool, set the captionLocation attribute to be either before or after to control whether the caption comes before or after the numbered table or figure.

To set how the caption appears with respect to the table or figure label, its number and the text of the caption, in the line that has ‘Caption goes here’ in it, click on the word ‘Table’ (or ‘Figure’). Set its attributes to be what you want (for example, make the textafter attribute have a single space in it or set the font-weight attribute to bold).

Now click on the number ‘1’. Set the attributes here for how you want the number to be formatted, including any following period and/or space.

Then click on ‘Caption goes here’ to set how the caption is to be formatted.

See section 6.12 and 6.11 for more information.

8.4 Get free translation items to have single quotes around it?

In the Document Content Layout portion, add a freeLayout element. See appendix A for hints on where to insert it. Set the textbefore and textafter attributes to have the opening and closing quotes. (You will probably need to key the quotes elsewhere in the document where text can be keyed and then copy and paste them into these attributes.)

See section 6.17 for more information.

8.5 Get front matter order right?

Sometimes there are special front matter items such as a Dedication page, a List of Tables page, a List of Figures page, and maybe even also a real Preface page. One typically enters these using preface elements in the main document and set the label attribute to be the title of the page. If the front matter needs to be ordered in a way where one or more of these come, say, before the contents, and others come after the contents, how does one make this happen?

In the Front Matter Layout portion, you can have more than one prefaceLayout element. Put as many as you need before the contentsLayout element and as many as you need after the contentsLayout element. XLingPaper will use the first prefaceLayout element for the first preface element, the second for the second, etc. The order should come out correctly.

8.6 Get gloss items to format differently in examples, tables, or prose?

In the Document Content Layout portion, add a langDataLayout element. See appendix A for hints on where to insert it. This inserts three items:

  1. gloss in example
  2. gloss in table
  3. gloss in prose

Click on the one you want to set the format information for and then use the Attributes tool to set the formatting attributes you need for when a gloss element appears in that context.

See section 6.16 for more information.

8.7 Get interlinear lines to have different spacing or indenting?

In the Document Content Layout portion, add an interlinearMultipleLineGroupLayout element. See appendix A for hints on where to insert it. Set the spaceBetweenGroups attribute to have the vertical spacing you need between aligned groups. Set the indentOfNonInitialGroup attribute to have the indent spacing you need for the aligned groups which are wrapped over to a new ‘line.’

See section 6.8 for more information.

8.8 Get language data items to format differently in examples, tables, or prose?

In the Document Content Layout portion, add a langDataLayout element. See appendix A for hints on where to insert it. This inserts three items:

  1. langData in example
  2. langData in table
  3. langData in prose

Click on the one you want to set the format information for and then use the Attributes tool to set the formatting attributes you need for when a langData element appears in that context.

See section 6.15 for more information.

8.9 Get first paragraph of an appendix to not indent?

In the Back Matter Layout portion, click on the appendix item. In the node path bar, click on the appendixLayout item. Set the firstParagraphHasIndent attribute to no.

8.10 Get first paragraph of a chapter or section to not indent?

In the Body Layout portion, click on the chapter (or section) item. In the node path bar, click on the chapterLayout (or section1Layout or section2Layout, etc.) item. Set the firstParagraphHasIndent attribute to no.

8.11 Increase the space between paragraphs?

In the Document Content Layout portion, add a paragraphLayout element. See appendix A for hints on where to insert it. Set the spacebefore or the spaceafter attributes to have the extra vertical space you need. Be sure and include a unit of measure (see example (2)).

See section 6.1 for more information.

8.12 Make some titles come out in all uppercase?

Normally one keys the chapter, section, appendix, abstract, etc., titles in mixed case. If these must be in all upper case letters, you do not have to re-key them. Rather, for each item in your style sheet set the text-transform attribute of the title element to be uppercase. You can also force them to be all lower case by using the lowercase value.

8.13 Make a section or subsection not show its level number?

Sometimes you need to have certain subsections show their title, but not show the level number. Use the following steps:

  1. In the Body Layout portion, find the subsection level needed.
  2. Click on the section item.
  3. In the node path bar, click on the sectionNLayout (where N is the digit 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6).
  4. Set the showNumber attribute to no.

A. Order of Elements in the Document Content Layout Portion

When inserting a new element to the document content layout portion of a publisher style sheet, it can be hard to know exactly where to try and insert a new item. The following lists the order in which the elements can occur and shows what each might look like to help you identify where to try and do the insertion.

Element Appearance
paragraphLayout paragraph
exampleLayout examples
listLayout lists
sectionRefLayout section reference
sectionRefTitleLayout section reference title
interlinearSourceStyle interlinear source style:
interlinearRefCitationTitleLayout interlinear reference citation title
interlinearAlignedWordSpacing interlinear aligned word spacing
interlinearMultipleLineGroupLayout interlinear multiple aligned group spacing
interlinearTextLayout interlinear text
endnoteRefLayout endnote reference
figureLayout
figureRefLayout figure reference
figureRefCaptionLayout figure reference caption
tablenumberedLayout
tablenumberedRefLayout table reference
tablenumberedRefCaptionLayout numbered table reference caption
tableCaptionLayout Table caption (or end caption)
magnificationFactor magnification factor
langDataLayout langData special overrides; you can have more than one of these; see section 6.15
glossLayout gloss special overrides
freeLayout free special override
literalLayout literal special override
citationLayout citation layout: Doe (2003:
abbreviationsInFootnoteLayout abbreviations in footnote layout
abbreviationsInTableLayout abbreviations in table layout
glossaryTermsInDefinitionListLayout glossary terms in definition list layout
glossaryTermsInTableLayout glossary terms in table layout
iso639-3CodesInTableLayout ISO 639-3 codes in table layout
prose-textTextLayout prose-text
quoteLayout quoted material
blockQuoteLayout block quote
annotationLayout annotation

B. Default Values for Element Attributes in the Document Content Layout Portion

In the document content layout portion of a publisher style sheet, if you do not overtly add an element and/or if you do not overtly set an attribute for such an element, XLingPaper still uses some value for those attributes. It can be hard to know what those values are. The following lists the elements which can occur in this portion, their attributes and their default values. They are listed in alphabetical order for easier reference. See appendix A for the order in which they occur within the Document Content Layout portion.

Element Attribute(s) Default Value
abbreviationsInFootnoteLayout textBetweenAbbreviationAndDefinition =
abbreviationsInTableLayout doubleColumnSeparation the paragraph indent
start-indent the paragraph indent
useDoubleColumns no
useEqualSignsColumn yes
useSingleSpacing yes
annotationLayout end-indent 0pt
spaceafter 3pt
spacebefore 3pt
start-indent .25in
blockQuoteLayout spaceafter default vertical line spacing
spacebefore default vertical line spacing
citationLayout textbeforepages nothing
endnoteRefLayout textafter nothing
textbefore See footnote
exampleLayout AddPeriodAfterFinalDigit no
exampleNumberMaxWidthInEms 2.75em
indent-after .125in
indent-before .125in
listItemsHaveParenInsteadOfPeriod no
numberProperAddPeriodAfterFinalDigit no
numberProperUseParens yes
referencesUseParens yes
showChapterNumberBeforeExampleNumber no
startNumberingOverAtEachChapter no
textBetweenChapterNumberAndExampleNumber .
figureLabelLayout (inside figureLayout) label Figure
figureLayout captionLocation after
listOfFiguresUsesFigureAndPageHeaders no
pageLabelInListOfFigures Page
spaceBetweenFigureAndCaption 0pt
useSingleSpacingForLongCaptions no
figureNumberLayout (inside figureLayout) format 1
showchapternumber no
textbetweenchapterandnumber nothing
figureRefCaptionLayout no attributes have defaults
figureRefLayout textBeforeCapitalizedPluralOverride Figures
textBeforeCapitalizedSingularOverride Figure
textBeforePluralOverride figures
textBeforeSingularOverride figure
freeLayout adjustIndentOfNonInitialLineBy 0pt unless hangingIndentInitialIndent under the Page Layout is set, in which case the value of hangingIndentInitialIndent is used
spaceafter 0pt
spacebefore 0pt
textbeforeafterusesfontinfo no
glossaryTermsInDefinitionListLayout hangingIndentInitialIndent 1em
hangingIndentNormalIndent paragraph indent
spaceBetweenParagraphs 0pt
useSingleSpacing yes
glossaryTermsInTableLayout doubleColumnSeparation paragraph indent
start-indent paragraph indent
useDoubleColumns no
useEqualSignsColumn yes
useSingleSpacing yes
glossInExampleLayout (inside glossLayout) textbeforeafterusesfontinfo no
glossInListWordLayout (inside glossLayout) textbeforeafterusesfontinfo no
glossInProseLayout (inside glossLayout) textbeforeafterusesfontinfo no
glossInTableLayout (inside glossLayout) textbeforeafterusesfontinfo no
glossLayout no attributes have defaults
interlinearAlignedWordSpacing no attributes have defaults
interlinearMultipleLineGroupLayout indentOfNonInitialGroup non-wrapped: .1in; wrapped: depends on various conditions: 0em, 1em, 2em, or 3.75em
spaceBetweenGroups default vertical line spacing
interlinearRefCitationTitleLayout no attributes have defaults
interlinearSourceStyle interlinearsourcestyle AfterFirstLine
interlinearTextLayout indentOfInitialGroup depends on various conditions: 1em, 1.65em, 2em, or 3.75em
spaceBetweenUnits 0pt
textafterReferenceNumber nothing
textbeforeReferenceNumber nothing
iso639-3CodesInTableLayout doubleColumnSeparation paragraph indent
start-indent paragraph indent
useDoubleColumns no
useEqualSignsColumn yes
useSingleSpacing yes
langDataInExampleLayout (inside langDataLayout) textbeforeafterusesfontinfo no
langDataInProseLayout (inside langDataLayout) textbeforeafterusesfontinfo no
langDataInTableLayout (inside langDataLayout) textbeforeafterusesfontinfo no
langDataLayout language nothing
listLayout indent-before 0pt
spacebetween 0pt
literalLayout spaceafter 0pt
spacebefore 0pt
textbeforeafterusesfontinfo no
magnificationFactor there are no attributes
paragraphLayout spaceafter 0pt
spacebefore 0pt
prose-textTextLayout end-indent 0pt
spaceafter 0pt
spacebefore 0pt
start-indent 0pt
quoteLayout textafter
textbefore
sectionRefLayout AddPeriodAfterFinalDigit no
textBeforeCapitalizedPluralOverride Sections
textBeforeCapitalizedSingularOverride Section
textBeforePluralOverride sections
textBeforeSingularOverride section
sectionRefTitleLayout no attributes have defaults
tableCaptionLayout spaceBetweenTableAndCaption 0pt
tablenumberedLabelLayout (inside tablenumberedLayout) label Table
tablenumberedLayout
captionLocation after
listOfTablesUsesTableAndPageHeaders no
pageLabelInListOfTables Page
spaceBetweenTableAndCaption 0pt
useSingleSpacingForLongCaptions no
tablenumberedNumberLayout (inside tablenumberedLayout) format 1
showchapternumber no
textbetweenchapterandnumber nothing
tablenumberedRefCaptionLayout no attributes have defaults
tablenumberedRefLayout
textBeforeCapitalizedPluralOverride Tables
textBeforeCapitalizedSingularOverride Table
textBeforePluralOverride tables
textBeforeSingularOverride table

Endnotes

[1]

Sorry, but there is no font chooser for this. You have to type the font name by hand.

[2]

Sorry, but there is no color chooser for this. You have to type the color name or code by hand.

[3]

Currently, this attribute is ignored by the RenderX XEP way of producing PDF.

[4]

This is ignored by the Web Page output.

[5]

The web page output, however, always uses endnotes.

[6]

It is only implemented for XeLaTeX because XeLaTeX is only output that lets us know how much horizontal space is used by the content of the date. We use this to figure out how much space to insert after the date to get the beginning of the entry to line up properly.

[7]

The capitalize value is not implemented for the XeLaTeX way of producing PDF.


References

Black, H. Andrew. 2009. Writing Linguistic Papers in the Third Wave. SIL Forum for Language Fieldwork 2009-004. (https://www.sil.org/resources/publications/entry/7790) (accessed 12 July 2017).

Kew, Jonathan and Stephen McConnel. 1990. Formatting Interlinear Text. Occassional Publications in Academic Computing Number 17. Dallas, Texas: Summer Institute of Linguistics.

Simons, Gary F. and H. Andrew Black. 2009. Third Wave Writing and Publishing. SIL Forum for Language Fieldwork 2009-005. (https://www.sil.org/resources/publications/entry/7783) (accessed 12 July 2017).


Index

Abbreviation reference link  2.8
Abbreviations in a footnote  6.20
Abbreviations in a table  6.21
doubleColumnSeparation  6.21
start-indent  6.21
useDoubleColumns  6.21
useEqualSignsColumn  6.21
Abstract layout  3.2, 3.2
Acknowledgements layout  3.2, 5
Adjust indent of non initial line by attribute for free translations  6.17
Affiliation Layout  3.2
Annotiation Layout  6.28
Appendices Tilte Page layout  5.1
Appendix layout  5, 5, 5.2
Include 'Appendix' before the appendix title  8.2
Include a period after the appendix letter  8.2
Initial paragraph not indented  8.9
Appendix reference link  2.8
Author contact information  see Contact information.
Author formatting  5.3.1
Author last name layout  5.3.1
Author layout  3.2
Author role formatting  5.3.1, 5.3.4, 5.3.9
Authors' names in a work cited by a collCitation or procCitation element  5.3.16
Background color attribute  7.1
Block quote indent  2.2
Block quote vertical spacing  6.27
Book total pages  see Total pages in a book.
Book volume number of a referenced work  see Volume number of a book in a referenced work.
Caption  
Caption for a figure  8.3. See also Figure.
Caption for a numbered table  8.3. See also Table (numbered) reference layout.
Chapter  
Chapter layout  4.4
Chapter number  2.9
Chapter title  2.9
Chapter title layout  4.4, 4.5
Initial paragraph not indented  8.10
Show chapter number with figure number  see Show chapter number with figure number.
Show chapter number with figure number  see Show chapter number with number of a numbered table.
Chapter in collection author  2.9
Chapter in collection volume  4.5
Back matter  4.7
Front matter  4.2
Citation link  2.8
Citation special formatting  6.19
Replace colon with something else  6.19
Text to use after a time stamp  6.19
Text to use before a time stamp  6.19
Text to use before page number(s)  6.19
Text to use between author and date  6.19
Citation to a collection (part of a referenced work)  5.3.4
Citation to a proceedings volume (part of a referenced work)  5.3.9
Collection citation (part of a referenced work)  see Citation to a collection (part of a referenced work).
Collection editor (part of a referenced work)  see Editor of a collection (part of a referenced work).
Collection title (part of a referenced work)  see Title of a collection in a referenced work.
Collection volume number (part of a referenced work)  see Volume number of a collection in a referenced work.
Color attribute  7.1
Conference in a referenced work  5.3.8
Contact information  3.2, 3.2.1
Contact address layout  3.2.1
Contact affiliation layout  3.2.1
Contact electronic layout  3.2.1
Contact email layout  3.2.1
Contact name layout  3.2.1
Contact phone layout  3.2.1
Contents layout  3.2, 5
Default values  B.
Include a period after the appendix letter  8.1
Include “Appendix” before the appendix letter  8.1
Order of elements  A.
Parts  
Centered  3.2
Content between label and number  3.2
Content between number and title  3.2
Show page number  3.2
Space after  3.2
Space before  3.2
Contents link  2.8
CssSpecial attribute  7.1
Date accessed of a referenced work  5.3.2, 5.3.3, 5.3.4, 5.3.5, 5.3.6, 5.3.7, 5.3.8, 5.3.9, 5.3.10, 5.3.11, 5.3.14
Date formatting  5.3.1
Date layout  3.2
Date of a published dissertation or thesis (part of a referenced work)  5.3.12
Dissertation label (Ph.D dissertation) in a referenced work  see Ph.D. Dissertation, label in a referenced work.
DOI link  2.8
DOI of a referenced work  5.3.2, 5.3.3, 5.3.4, 5.3.5, 5.3.6, 5.3.7, 5.3.8, 5.3.9, 5.3.10, 5.3.11, 5.3.14
Double column in an index  5
Double space text  2.3
Edition of a referenced work  5.3.3, 5.3.4, 5.3.11
Editor of a collection (part of a referenced work)  5.3.4
Append editor abbreviation  5.3.4
Text after editor abbreviation  5.3.4
Text before editor abbreviation  5.3.4
Text of editor abbreviation (plural form)  5.3.4
Text of editor abbreviation (singular form)  5.3.4
Editor of a proceedings volume (part of a referenced work)  5.3.9
Append editor abbreviation  5.3.9
Text after editor abbreviation  5.3.9
Text before editor abbreviation  5.3.9
Text of editor abbreviation (plural form)  5.3.9
Text of editor abbreviation (singular form)  5.3.9
Editor of a series (part of a referenced work)  5.3.3, 5.3.4
Append editor abbreviation  5.3.3
Text after editor abbreviation  5.3.3
Text before editor abbreviation  5.3.3
Text of editor abbreviation (plural form)  5.3.3
Text of editor abbreviation (singular form)  5.3.3
Email address layout  3.2
End indent attribute  6.25, 6.28
Endnote reference layout  6.10
Endnote reference link  2.8
Endnotes  see Use endnotes layout.
Example formatting  
Final indent for an example display  6.2
Initial indent for an example display  6.2
List letter has closing parenthesis after rather than a period after  6.2
Parentheses around the number  6.2
Parentheses around the number in an example reference  6.2
Period after the number  6.2
Restart example numbering in each chapter  6.2
Show chapter number  6.2
Text between chapter number and example number  6.2
Width of example number  6.2
Example reference link  2.8
Figure  6.11.1
Caption before or after the figure  6.11.1.1
Format of figure number  6.11.1.3
Label for figures  6.11.1.2
List of figures has a heading of 'Figure' and 'Page'  6.11.1.1
Page label in list of figures heading  6.11.1.1
Show chapter number with figure number  6.11.1.3
Single space long captions in list of figures  6.11.1.1
Space between caption and figure  6.11.1.1
Text between chapter number and figure number  6.11.1.3
Figure reference layout  6.11.2
Figure reference caption  6.11.2.2
Figure reference number  6.11.2.1
Text before figure reference number/caption  6.11.2.1
Figure reference link  2.8
Fixed text  2.9
Font family attribute  7.1
Font size attribute  7.1
Font style attribute  7.1
Font variant attribute  7.1
Font weight attribute  7.1
Footer and Header layout  2.9, 3.1, 4, 4.1, 5
Footer margin  2.1
Footnotes  see Use endnotes layout.
Indent  2.6
Spacing between footnote number and footnote content  2.5
Using symbols instead of numbers in a title  3.1, 4.4
Format of figure number  see Format of figure number.
Format of number of a numbered table  see Format of the number of a numbered table.
Free translation special formatting  6.17, 8.4
Front matter  
Order of preface element before and after contents  8.5
Generic reference link  2.8
Gloss data special formatting in prose, tables, or examples  6.16, 8.6
Glossary Layout  5
Glossary term reference link  2.8
Glossary terms in a definition list  6.22
hangingIndentInitialIndent  6.22
hangingIndentNormalIndent  6.22
spaceBetweenParagraphs  6.22
useSingleSpacing  6.22
Glossary terms in a table  6.23
doubleColumnSeparation  6.23
start-indent  6.23
useDoubleColumns  6.23
useEqualSignsColumn  6.23
Hanging indent  2.2
Header and footer layout  2.9, 3.1, 4, 4.1, 5
Header margin  2.1
img  2.9
Indent  
Block quote  see Block quote indent.
Paragraph  see Paragraph indent.
Index layout  5
Index link  2.8
Institution in a referenced work  5.3.5, 5.3.6, 5.3.7, 5.3.10, 5.3.11
Interlinear indent for non-initial line groups  6.8, 8.7
Interlinear reference citation title layout  6.6
Interlinear reference link  2.8
Interlinear source style  6.5
Interlinear spacing between aligned word units  6.7, 8.7
Interlinear spacing between line groups  6.8, 8.7
Interlinear text spacing between groups  6.9
ISO 639-3 code of a referenced work  5.3.2, 5.3.3, 5.3.4, 5.3.5, 5.3.6, 5.3.7, 5.3.8, 5.3.9, 5.3.10, 5.3.11, 5.3.15
ISO 639-3 code reference link  2.8
ISO 693-3 codes in a table  6.24
doubleColumnSeparation  6.24
start-indent  6.24
useDoubleColumns  6.24
useEqualSignsColumn  6.24
Journal article number  5.3.2
Journal issue number  5.3.2
Journal pages  see Journal article.
Journal title  5.3.2
Journal volume  5.3.2
Keyword layout  3.2, 5
Keywords layout  3.2, 5
Label for figures  see Label for figures.
Label for numbered tables  see Label for numbered tables.
Language data special formatting in prose, tables, or examples  6.15, 8.8
Line before Attribute  7.4
Line before weight Attribute  7.4
Line numbering in PDF output  2.10
Line spacing  2.3
Link layout defaults  2.8
Link link  2.8
List layout  6.3
Literal translation special formatting  6.18
Location in a referenced work  5.3.2, 5.3.3, 5.3.4, 5.3.5, 5.3.5, 5.3.6, 5.3.7, 5.3.8, 5.3.9, 5.3.10, 5.3.10, 5.3.11, 5.3.12, 5.3.13
M.A. Thesis, label in a referenced work  5.3.10
Magnification factor  6.14
Margin  
Footer  see Footer margin.
Header  see Header margin.
Inside  see Page inside margin.
Outside  see Page outside margin.
Page bottom  see Page bottom margin.
Page top  see Page top margin.
Missing (used in some patterns to indicate the lack of a match)  5.3.13, 5.3.14
Nothing  2.9
Number layout  4, 4.3, 4.4, 4.5, 4.6
Page bottom margin  2.1
Page break before attribute  7.4
Page height  2.1
Page inside margin  2.1
Page number  2.9
Page number(s) in citation  6.19
Page outside margin  2.1
Page top margin  2.1
Page width  2.1
Pages in  
Collection volume  5.3.4
Journal article  5.3.2
Proceedings volume  5.3.9
Paper author  2.9
Paper publishing blurb  2.9
Paper title  2.9
Paragraph indent  2.2, 8.9, 8.10
Paragraph layout  6.1
Space between paragraphs  8.11
Part Layout  4.3
PartTitle Layout  4.3
Ph.D. Dissertation, label in a referenced work  5.3.5
Poster session paper  see Magnification factor.
Preface layout  3.2
Presented at layout  3.2
Proceedings volume citation (part of a referenced work)  see Citation to a proceedings volume (part of a referenced work).
Proceedings volume editor (part of a referenced work)  see Editor of a proceedings volume (part of a referenced work).
Proceedings volume number (part of a referenced work)  see Volume number of a proceedings volume in a referenced work.
Proceedings volume title (part of a referenced work)  see Title of a proceedings volume in a referenced work.
Prose-text formatting  6.25
Published date of a dissertation or thesis (part of a referenced work)  see Date of a published dissertation or thesis (part of a referenced work).
Publisher  5.3.2, 5.3.3, 5.3.4, 5.3.5, 5.3.9, 5.3.10, 5.3.11, 5.3.12, 5.3.13
Publishing blurb layout  3.2
Quote quotation marks  6.26
References  
Book total pages  see Total pages in a book.
Book volume number in a referenced work  see Volume number of a book in a referenced work.
Citation to a collection (part of a referenced work)  see Citation to a collection (part of a referenced work).
Citation to a proceedings volume (part of a referenced work)  see Citation to a proceedings volume (part of a referenced work).
Collection citation (part of a referenced work)  see Citation to a collection (part of a referenced work).
Collection editor (part of a referenced work)  see Editor of a collection (part of a referenced work).
Collection title (part of a referenced work)  see Title of a collection in a referenced work.
Collection volume number (part of a referenced work)  see Volume number of a collection in a referenced work.
Conference in a referenced work  see Conference in a referenced work.
Date accessed in referenced work  see Date accessed of a referenced work.
Date of a published dissertation or thesis (part of a referenced work)  see Date of a published dissertation or thesis (part of a referenced work).
Dissertation label (Ph.D dissertation) in a referenced work  see Ph.D. Dissertation, label in a referenced work.
Edition of a reference work  see Edition of a referenced work.
Editor of a collection (part of a referenced work)  see Editor of a collection (part of a referenced work).
Editor of a proceedings volume (part of a referenced work)  see Editor of a proceedings volume (part of a referenced work).
Editor of a series (part of a referenced work)  see Editor of a series (part of a referenced work).
Institution in a referenced work  see Institution in a referenced work.
ISO 639-3 code of a referenced work  see ISO 639-3 code of a referenced work.
Location in a referenced work  see Location in a referenced work.
M.A. thesis, label in a referenced work  see M.A. Thesis, label in a referenced work.
Ph.D dissertation, label in a referenced work  see Ph.D. Dissertation, label in a referenced work.
Proceedings volume citation (part of a referenced work)  see Citation to a proceedings volume (part of a referenced work).
Proceedings volume editor (part of a referenced work)  see Editor of a proceedings volume (part of a referenced work).
Proceedings volume number (part of a referenced work)  see Volume number of a proceedings volume in a referenced work.
Proceedings volume title (part of a referenced work)  see Title of a proceedings volume in a referenced work.
Published date of a dissertation or thesis (part of a referenced work)  see Date of a published dissertation or thesis (part of a referenced work).
References layout  5
References Title Layout  5
Reprint information layout  5.3.2, 5.3.3, 5.3.4, 5.3.5, 5.3.9, 5.3.10
Series editor (part of a referenced work)  see Editor of a series (part of a referenced work).
Series of a referenced work  see Series of a referenced work.
Thesis label (M.A. thesis) in a referenced work  see M.A. Thesis, label in a referenced work.
Title of a collection in a referenced work  see Title of a collection in a referenced work.
Title of a proceedings volume in a referenced work  see Title of a proceedings volume in a referenced work.
Total pages in a book  see Total pages in a book.
Translated by (part of a referenced work)  see Translated by (part of a referenced work).
Url of a referenced work  see URL of a referenced work.
Volume number of a book in a referenced work  see Volume number of a book in a referenced work.
Volume number of a collection in a referenced work  see Volume number of a collection in a referenced work.
Volume number of a proceedings volume in a referenced work  see Volume number of a proceedings volume in a referenced work.
Section level 1 layout  4.6
Initial paragraph not indented  8.10
Start section level 1 numbering at 0 (zero)  4.6
Section level 2 layout  4.6
Initial paragraph not indented  8.10
Section level 3 layout  4.6
Initial paragraph not indented  8.10
Section level 4 layout  4.6
Initial paragraph not indented  8.10
Section level 5 layout  4.6
Initial paragraph not indented  8.10
Section level 6 layout  4.6
Initial paragraph not indented  8.10
Section number  2.9, 4.6
Do not show the section level number  8.13
Section reference layout  6.4
Period after the number  6.4.1
Section reference number  6.4.1
Section reference title  6.4.2
Text before section reference number/title  6.4.1
Section reference link  2.8
Section title  2.9
Section title layout  4.6
Series editor (part of a referenced work)  see Editor of a series (part of a referenced work).
Series of a referenced work  5.3.3, 5.3.4
Single space text or certain elements  2.3
Single-sided  see Thesis submission style.
Source of interlinear  see Interlinear source style.
Space after attribute  5.3.16, 6.17, 6.18, 6.25, 6.27, 6.28, 7.3
Space and a half text  2.3
Space before attribute  5.3.16, 6.17, 6.18, 6.25, 6.27, 6.28, 7.3
Start indent attribute  6.21, 6.23, 6.24, 6.25, 6.28
Start on odd page attribute  7.4
Subtitle layout  3.1
Table (numbered) reference layout  6.12.2
Numbered table reference caption  6.12.2.2
Numbered table reference number  6.12.2.1
Page label in list of tables heading  6.12.1.1
Text before numbered table reference number/caption  6.12.2.1
Table (numbered) reference link  2.8
Table caption  6.13
Space between caption and table or between table and end caption  6.13
Table, numbered  6.12.1
Caption before or after the numbered table  6.12.1.1
Format of the number of a numbered table  6.12.1.3
Label for numbered tables  6.12.1.2
List of tables has a heading of 'Table' and 'Page'  6.12.1.1
Show chapter number with number of a numbered table  6.12.1.3
Single space long captions in list of tables  6.12.1.1
Space between caption and numbered table  6.12.1.1
Text between chapter number and number of a numbered table  6.12.1.3
Text after attribute  6.26, 7.2
Text align attribute  2.9, 7.3
Text before attribute  6.26, 7.2
Text before or after uses font information  6.15, 6.16, 6.17, 6.18
Text transform attribute  3.2, 7.1
Thesis label (M.A. thesis) in a referenced work  see M.A. Thesis, label in a referenced work.
Thesis submission style  2.1
Time stamp in citation  6.19, 6.19
Title layout  3.1
Title in all lower case letters  8.12
Title in all upper case letters  8.12
Title of a collection in a referenced work  5.3.4
Title of a proceedings volume in a referenced work  5.3.9
Title of a referenced work  5.3.2, 5.3.3, 5.3.4, 5.3.5, 5.3.6, 5.3.7, 5.3.8, 5.3.9, 5.3.10, 5.3.11
Total pages in a book  5.3.3
Translated by (part of a referenced work)  5.3.3
Units of measure  2.1, 2.2, 2.6
URL link  2.8
URL of a referenced work  5.3.2, 5.3.3, 5.3.4, 5.3.5, 5.3.6, 5.3.7, 5.3.8, 5.3.9, 5.3.10, 5.3.11, 5.3.14
Use an empty header and footer attribute  7.4
Use blank extra page attribute  7.4
Use endnotes layout  5
Use title in header attribute  7.4
Version layout  3.2
Vertical fill after attribute  7.3
Vertical fill before attribute  7.3
Volume author ref  2.9
Volume in a multivolume work of a referenced work  5.3.3, 5.3.4
Volume number of a book in a referenced work  5.3.3, 5.3.4
Volume number of a collection in a referenced work  5.3.4
Volume number of a proceedings volume in a referenced work  5.3.9
Volume title ref  2.9
XeLaTeXSpecial attribute  7.1
Xsl‑foSpecial attribute  7.1
Zero for first section level 1  see Start section level 1 numbering at 0 (zero).